Ortovox Trace 18L S Backpack

Ortovox Trace 18L S Backpack
Ortovox Trace 18L S Backpack
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Trace 18L S Backpack by Ortovox
Designed for speedier, day-long ski tours, this lightweight pack still packs all the features you need to stay safe and prepared in the backcountry. Its compact size was designed for shorter riders, while its removable 2FOAM back panel offers comfort, protection, and doubles as a comfy lunchtime seat.

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SKU: ORT00E9
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