DAKINE 70L Boot Locker DLX

DAKINE 70L Boot Locker DLX
DAKINE 70L Boot Locker DLX
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70L Boot Locker DLX by DAKINE
Whether your competing for the cup, or you just want something organized to carry your shred gear, the Dakine Boot Locker DLX 70L is a great backpack for stowing and transporting your ski or snowboard boots, outerwear, and other ripping essentials. The split-level organization keeps your boots separated from the rest of your kit, so hopefully the funk won't make it to your work clothes (plastic bag recommended). The tarp-lined boot compartment doubles as a changing mat, so you don't have to stand barefooted on the cold locket room floor. Plus, the DLX includes a padded compartment for your helmet and goggles, so they'll stay somewhat fresh before you head up for some turns.

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