Backcountry Access Float 22 Avalanche Airbag Pack

$549.95
Color:Lime
$549.95
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Size: 22 L
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For off-piste and freeride skiing and snowboarding, the Backcountry Access Float 22 Avalanche Airbag pack adds buoyancy and decreases burial depth while helping protect your head, neck and upper body.

  • Features

    • This lightweight airbag pack lets you carry your winter rescue tools, lunch, water and extra layers for a full day in the backcountry
    • Next-generation Float 2.0 cylinder (sold separately) is nearly 30% smaller and 15% lighter than the previous model
    • Features integration for BC Link™ radios (sold separately), a hydration sleeve (reservoir sold separately), dual zippered shoulder straps and molded back panel
    • After deployment, cylinder must be refilled by Backcountry Access or an authorized retail location
    • Visit vendor website to find an authorized retail location; 200 locations around the world make it easy to refill
    • Water-resistant YKK® zippers
    • Note: An avalanche airbag system does not guarantee survival in an avalanche; educate yourself, make good decisions and know before you go

    Imported.

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backcountry Skiing

    Splitboarding

    Frame Type

    Internal Frame

    Gear Capacity (L)

    22 liters

    Gear Capacity (cu. in.)

    1,343 cubic inches

    Weight

    5 pounds

    Hipbelt

    Yes

    Hipbelt Pockets

    Yes

    Fits Torso Length (in.)

    17-22 inches

    Fits Waist/Hips

    24-56 inches

    Material(s)

    Polyurethane-coated mini ripstop nylon

    Pack Access

    Panel

    Number of Exterior Pockets

    2 + main compartment

    Avalanche Airbag

    Yes

    Reservoir Compatible

    Yes

    Dimensions

    Unavailable

    Gender

    Unisex

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