Snowboard and Ski Packs"
Great ski bag, plenty of room to hold extra gloves, another layer and a few snacks. Perfect size and it's not too bulky.…
- Jeff, 05/28/14
Can hold a lot of things I'm comfortable with him when I went out to play one day. Enough.…
- LIU, 11/27/12
I've been using the Arcteryx Quintic 28 for the ski season and am very happy with it. I'm 6'4", ordered the tall size, and can happily report that it is not as dumpy as the pi…
- Brad, 02/02/15
I really like this packs features but it is super over built. I actually bought if for a climbing pack because I like the back opening hatch. The fabric is super heavy and see…
- Aaron, 11/03/14
The pack is made indestructible and feels great with skis on. I love that you can set up your skis in so many different configurations. The buckles are great and can hold al…
- connor, 08/28/14
Took a couple spills with this pack on and still looks as new as the day it was purchased. The water reservoir fits nicely along with a puffy, extra pair of socks and a couple…
- Benjamin, 01/14/14
With a little training it's absolutely easy to use. If you are in the backcountry this thing is a cheap way to increase the chances to survive an avalanche.
And compared to a…
- Olaf, 12/09/09
I purchased 3 avalungs as Christmas presents. I kept one, and gave the other two away. Fortunately, nobody has actually needed it. We’ve been practicing though. The…
- REBECCA, 02/28/06
Love this pack. Has a lot of pockets that allow you to be very organized so you don't have to go digging for small things lost in one big pouch. If you are just skiing at a…
- Erik, 01/14/15
Last year I bought Arcteryx Kea 37 Backpack in April for my spring trip. It was a good, sturdy daily or short-term trip backpack but obviously too small for me (I got mine in…
- donghee, 11/16/14
I like this pack but it is a little pricey and its heavy too....…
- collin, 04/28/11
About Backcountry Ski and Snowboard Packs:
Think about all of the stuff you are missing out on by not bringing a pack with you when you go skiing or snowboarding. First on my mind is picnics, but that could just be because I���m hungry right now. Having a light snack with you on the slopes is really great though, it means you can spend more time doing the winter sports you love. The best ski and snowboard packs aren���t just containers of food though, these packs are great for hiking your way up the mountain, as they are designed to accommodate your ski or your snowboard. Some packs also have loops for tools so you can do some serious mountaineering seguing into some really awesome fresh powder skiing and snowboarding.
These packs are durable to the extreme. How durable is that? Imagine a gorilla riding a rhinoceros firing a roman candle and singing an ape rendition of Asia���s Heat of The Moment. That should give you a basic idea of the kind of rugged toughness that I���m talking about. If you are going to be hiking and climbing your way up a mountain to conquer some virgin snow you are going to be glad that you have an awesome backpack you can depend on.
Picnics and fresh powder are yours for the taking if you���ve got the right bag for the job. We���ve made it easier by assembling all the best backpacks from the top brands for your shopping enjoyment right here. All you need now is a mountain���s ass to kick and some skis or a snowboard.