DAKINE Heli Pro 20L Backpack - Women's

DAKINE Heli Pro 20L Backpack - Women's
DAKINE Heli Pro 20L Backpack - Women's
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Heli Pro 20L Backpack - Women's by DAKINE
The Dakine Heli Pro 20L Backpack is built to carry everything you need whether you're sending it in the resort, slashing turns in the backcountry, or just kicking it at your local coffee shop. A durable 600D polyester fabric resists wear and tear from frosty chairlifts and piney tree runs, while its women-specific fit remains comfortable when you're riding and hiking. The zippered main compartment keeps your shovel and probe secure, and the two straps along the side secure the handle of your shovel when you need a little extra room inside the pack. When you're not riding, a front pocket keeps all the small things organized, and a 15-inch laptop sleeve protects your computer when you're on the move.

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SKU: DAK012A
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