Ortovox Traverse 18L S Backpack

Ortovox Traverse 18L S Backpack
Ortovox Traverse 18L S Backpack
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Traverse 18L S Backpack by Ortovox
As the smallest in the Ortovox Traverse line the Traverse 18L Short Backpack is built for skiers and snowboards with smaller torsos who need a compact but fully equipped ski touring bag. The Comfort Contact back system is built to provide all day comfort for trudging up hill as well as impressive air circulation to keep your back cool and sweat free. The multitude of pockets keep your sunglasses, avalanche equipment, and food for the day nearby while the adjustable sternum and hip straps center the load on your back so that you can ski comfortably all day long.

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SKU: ORT006G
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