Ortovox Trace 20L Backpack

Ortovox Trace 20L Backpack
Ortovox Trace 20L Backpack
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Trace 20L Backpack by Ortovox
You're gonna need to move fast if you're gonna sneak in a tour before work, but don't worry--this pack is here to help. With a lightweight design that doesn't skimp on any of the storage features you need in the backcountry, it's a perfect option for shorter pow-hunting missions.

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SKU: ORT00E8
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