Ortovox Tour Rider 28 S Snow Pack - Women's

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Equip yourself for all-day ski tours in any terrain with the Ortovox Tour Rider 28 S pack. Clever details and a tailored fit make it a practical, versatile companion in the mountains.

  • Features

    • This pack has a specially designed, shortened back system for smaller people
    • Separate shovel and probe compartment inside lets you stow your emergency equipment away from your back for greater comfort, while keeping it easily accessible
    • The spacious main compartment is accessible from the top and front, which means all backpack contents will be easily accessible
    • Load control cords, in combination with the foam back and ergonomic straps, allow for balanced weight distribution, even over lengthy periods
    • Side and diagonal ski fastening, including for wide skis (maximum width of 150 mm)
    • Hydration system compatible (reservoir not included) for athletic ascents and descents
    • Bright interior helps you find your gear easily
    • Compression strap helps keep your gear close to your body
    • Safety equipment holder; snowboard and snowshoe attachment; ice axe and hiking pole fastening; integrated helmet net
    • Map compartment; key holder; emergency card; separate safety compartment
    • Hip pocket
    • Chest strap with signal whistle

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backcountry Skiing

    Bag Style

    Backpack

    Frame Type

    Internal Frame

    Gear Capacity (L)

    28 liters

    Gear Capacity (cu. in.)

    1,708 cubic inches

    Hipbelt

    Yes

    Hipbelt Pockets

    Yes

    Fits Torso Length (in.)

    14.1-17.3 inches

    Material(s)

    600-denier PFC-free polyester

    Pack Access

    Panel

    Number of Exterior Pockets

    7 + main compartment

    Dimensions

    23.2 x 12.2 x 7.5 inches

    Gender

    Women's

    Weight

    1 lb. 14.3 oz.

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