Ortovox's versatile Tour Rider 28L S Backpack helps you pack for a variety of backcountry tours whether it's a pow day in low-angle trees or something more exciting that requires an ice axe. There are external attachments for skis, splitboards, axes, and helmets to leave room for layers, snacks, skins, goggles, gloves, and more inside. Front and rear access points grant easy access to gear whether you have skis or splitboards attached to the pack or not. The Tour Rider also features a separate compartment designed specifically for avalanche safety gear like a probe and shovel. The helmet net stows away during the descent.
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