DAKINE Heli Pro 24L Backpack - Women's

DAKINE Heli Pro 24L Backpack - Women's
DAKINE Heli Pro 24L Backpack - Women's
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Heli Pro 24L Backpack - Women's by DAKINE
Whether you're booting up a line, harvesting pow at the resort, or getting dropped off by a snow cat or heli, the Dakine women's Heli Pro 24L Backpack is a go-to bag for carrying all of your on-mountain essentials so you won't have to stop when the pow's deep. The bag features a devoted frontal compartment with specialized storage for your avi-kit tools, which means if there's a slide, you'll have instant access to your shovel and probe without rummaging through a bunch of layers or whatever else. A diagonal and vertical carry system lets you haul your skis or board on your back while bootpacking for fresh turns, and a fleece-lined goggle pocket lets you keep your eyewear fresh for the descent, or an extra pair handy in case you scorpion face plant or fog up your primaries.

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