Salomon Extend Go-To-Snow Gear Bag

Salomon Extend Go-To-Snow Gear Bag
Salomon Extend Go-To-Snow Gear Bag
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Extend Go-To-Snow Gear Bag by Salomon
Whether you're off to Japan to ski the endless powder in January, or are headed south of the equator for some summer turns, bring along your essential ski equipment in the Salomon Extend Go-To-Snow Gear Bag. Its 50 liter volume accommodates your helmet, gloves, goggles, extra layers, and even your boots, all in an overhead compartment sized package.

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