Whether you're gearing up for a hut-to-hut backcountry trip or just another long day far from the resort, the Burton AK Tour 33L Backpack will be able to tow along everything you need. Like any good backcountry pack, it's kitted with an easy-access snow-tool pocket to keep important avalanche safety tools within reach. The back-panel entry is also super-quick and easy to use, giving you access to layers without having to root around in the pack. When it's time to bootpack you've got dual A-Frame and vertical carry options that let you strap up your skis, snowboard, or splitboard, and when long skintrack climbs are on the docket there's an internal pocket that keeps climbing skins close at hand. The removable helmet carry makes it easy to pack along some protection for the descent, while ice axe and pole carries help you tackle difficult terrain when you want to reach those huge alpine lines.
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