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  • Custom-designed rechargeable battery and charger (sold separately) and powerful centrifugal blower achieve the same pressure and fill rates as gas cartridge systems
  • Durable, weatherproof Advanced Composite (AC) construction is seam taped and highly water-resistant; WaterTight zippers create a weathertight seal
  • Top-loading design offers 30 liters of intelligently organized gear space; internal security pocket; internal waterproof sleeve organizes shovel, probe, saw and skins
  • Mechanical airbag trigger is designed for easy, intuitive deployment and can be locked off during travel and lift ride
  • Multiple airbag deployment capability allows for training and practice
  • Battery (sold separately) deliver multiple deployments on a single charge; it's safe for airline travel and can perform in temperatures as low as -22°F (-30°C)
  • Custom-engineered impeller increases pressure for superior inflation performance; additional air helps keep the bag fully inflated in case of minor punctures
  • Glove-friendly, single-leg safety loop uses a waistbelt-mounted carabiner for quick transitions
  • Rechargeable lithium-ion polymer battery-powered fan offers rapid inflation; LiPo 22.2V battery (sold separately) easily removes for airline travel or replacement
  • Adjustable sternum strap; externally-accessed, twin-adjustment aluminum stays
  • Secures a single ice or mountaineering tool; dedicated strap carries skis or a snowboard diagonally; top compression strap


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Best Use Backcountry Skiing
Frame Type Internal Frame
Gear Capacity (L) 30 liters
Gear Capacity (cu. in.) 1,830.7 cubic inches
Weight 123 ounces
Hipbelt Yes
Weight - Metric 3,500 grams
Material(s) N400r-AC nylon 6 ripstop
Pack Access Top / side
Number of Exterior Pockets 2
Avalanche Airbag Yes
Gender Unisex
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"Capable of multiple deployments in a single day..." Seriously? So I'm caught in an avalanche at 10 AM. This pack saves my life, my buddies dig me out, we have a sandwich and a beer, and then I go back up and get caught in another couple before dark?

Asked by: REIguyKy
I'd say multiple deployments to train on how to use the pack. 
Answered by: RyanMayer
Date published: 2017-01-27

Does this price include the battery and charger?

Asked by: AndreyS
The battery and charger are not included with this airbag pack. They are sold separately.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-27

Does it have space for a hydration bladder?

Asked by: Colorado Dave
The bag does not have a specific compartment for a hydration reservoir; it does have enough room to include one.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-26

I splitboard, does this pack have a vertical snowboard strap system?  Any strap system for snowboarding?  How about a external helmet compartment?  

Asked by: Knuckle Dragon
This pack has external straps that allow you to carry snowboards, skis and ice axes in a vertical position. However, the pack does not have an external helmet compartment.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-01-04

I understand the bag pumps air on and off for the first minute after it is inflated, does it deflate automatically after a set time?

Asked by: Acbman
The airbag does not deflate automatically after a timer; you will have to insert a deflate straw (included) and roll the balloon back up.
Answered by: REIservice
Date published: 2017-03-20

This is awesome, but how exactly does this style of airbag help in an avalanche? It doesn't look like it'll maintain breathing room for you if you get buried, and it will only protect against impacts from the top or back. Is it meant to keep you "afloat"?

Asked by: Bill Ferny
During the actual avalanche where snow and debris is churning down the mountainside the airbag effectively raises your buoyancy. We normally think of this in terms of just liquids but in fast moving solids like snow the affect applies the same. This way you are kept at the surface or just under it. Being buried under a few feet of snow is much better than 20. Also once the airbag deflates you have head space so you don't immediately suffocate and have better chances.
Answered by: ChacosAndHammocks
Date published: 2017-02-19
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