It's always tempting to snooze your alarm when it's violently blaring in your face before the crack of dawn, but when there's powder to be slashed and lines to conquer that's never an option. Stuff your gear into your Ortovox Ascent 32 Backpack and go earn some turns. The Ascent 32 holds all your essentials for a full day of touring, with a dedicated safety compartment as well as a large main compartment to stash plenty of food, water, and layers.The ski and snowboard carry makes it easy to haul your planks up a bootpack, and the stowable helmet net keeps your lid secure and your head cool while you're hiking in the sun. The circumferential zipper makes it quick and easy to access your goods, and the small front compartment is the perfect spot to keep a map, slope meter, or a couple extra chocolatey candy bars.
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