Burton AK Sidecountry 18L Backpack - Women's

Burton AK Sidecountry 18L Backpack - Women's
Burton AK Sidecountry 18L Backpack - Women's
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AK Sidecountry 18L Backpack - Women's by Burton
When the gates are finally open, load up your gear into the Burton Sidecountry 18L Backpack and head for the slopes. Its low-profile, body-hugging design doesn't take up an extra seat on the chairlift yet still has plenty of room to store your snow tools, extra layers, gear, snacks, and goggles. Your snow tools are organized in the main compartment and are easy to access when digging pits or initiating a rescue. Two modes of carry allow for versatile access to the sidecountry and the ergonomic shoulder straps and minimalist hip belt make carrying your load a more comfortable experience. Cinch down the compression straps and complete some hot-laps in untouched snow.

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SKU: BUR029K
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