Ortovox Powder Rider 16L Backpack

Ortovox Powder Rider 16L Backpack
Ortovox Powder Rider 16L Backpack
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Powder Rider 16L Backpack by Ortovox
Sometimes you wake up to a winter wonderland, but have to work have work in a few hours. You can sneak a few hours of glorious powder playing before then, and the Ortovox Powder Rider 16 Backpack is perfect for your pre-work dawn patrols. This backpack boasts a small capacity suitable for quick jaunts in the backcountry, dawn patrols, and even days on-piste, if you're into that sort of thing. There's a separate compartment designed specifically for avalanche safety gear, and the stowable net secures your helmet when you're skinning. The Powder Rider features a diagonal ski carry, and its back access lets you grab or stow layers without taking the skis off.

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SKU: ORTL07X
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