DAKINE Signature Poacher 32L Backpack

DAKINE Signature Poacher 32L Backpack
DAKINE Signature Poacher 32L Backpack
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Signature Poacher 32L Backpack by DAKINE
Skip the chairlift lines and hike up powdery, untracked hills with Dakine's Signature Poacher 32L Backpack carrying everything you might need for the day. Its 32L capacity meets the needs for most backcounty tours, and there's even an ice axe carrier to meet the needs of more epic tours. You can attach the skis in two different ways, and the splitboard is attached vertically. The main compartment is accessed through the back panel so you can reach for a layer or snacks with your skis or split attached. Like all backcountry backpacks, the Signature Poacher has a pocket dedicated to avalanche safety gear like probes and shovels.

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