Pass the dude who set the skinner right at the summit and poach the best line of the day with a lot of help from Dakine's Poacher 32L Backpack. Everything about this pack promotes a quick transfer from uphill-ready to downhill-shredding, including additional back panel access that allows you to access layers and gear without rooting through your pack, even with your snowboard, ski, or helmet still strapped to the backpack. And they'll be strapped on there securely thanks to the easy-to-use carry system, featuring A-frame and diagonal ski carry and vertical snowboard carry. This pack also holds everything else you need for a long day in the backcountry, thanks to an avalanche safety pocket, a deployable helmet carry, an insulated hydration sleeve, and an ice-axe loop if you find yourself hunting down truly huge lines.
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