Powder-seeking missions and alpine objectives have their own unique challenges and gear requirements. Luckily, the Burton AK Japan Guide Backpack is well-equipped to carry everything you need for either endeavor. A quick-access front compartment carries essential avy gear, while a spacious main area has plenty of room for layers, food, climbing skins, and more for those big days in the backcountry. Throw in gear loops for an ice axe, snowboard, or even a tripod, and you're set for everything from deep days spent below treeline to full-on high-alpine endeavors.
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