Pack up your Ortovox Haute Route Short 30L Backpack with all your backcountry essentials (including plenty of chocolatey snacks) and hit the skin track for some early morning pow turns. The 30-liter carrying capacity is the perfect size for a day mission, with a low-profile design that you won't mind wearing around the resort when you want to go halfsies on the day. Access your water, extra layers, or gallon-sized bag of chocolate-covered espresso beans from the convenient back panel zipper, and stash your safety gear in the dedicated front pocket. The top zippered pocket holds your goggles, phone, or map, and the ski and snowboard carry makes it quick and easy to throw your boards on your back when you're booting up something sketchy. Most lady shredders have experienced the frustration of trying to find a ski pack that actually fits properly, so Ortovox's short back system is designed specifically for ladies or those with smaller frames, with hip and shoulder straps adapted to the female build.
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