DAKINE Sammy Carlson Team Heli Pro 24L Backpack

DAKINE Sammy Carlson Team Heli Pro 24L Backpack
DAKINE Sammy Carlson Team Heli Pro 24L Backpack
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Sammy Carlson Team Heli Pro 24L Backpack by DAKINE
Whether you're getting after it in the backcountry on a powder day, heli-skiing in Valdez, or ripping the resort, the Dakine Sammy Carlson Team Heli Pro 24L Backpack accommodates everything you need for a day on the steeps. A designated compartment for your avalanche safety gear ensures you can easily access your shovel and probe in an emergency, while an A-frame or diagonal ski carry option and a vertical snowboard carry hold your preferred set of sticks while you boot up chutes. Adjustable, padded shoulder straps, waist belt, and plush, padded back panel offer a comfortable fit, even when you're taking full advantage of the pack's capacity.

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SKU: DAK01NI
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