Ortovox Tour 32 + 7 ABS Avalanche Airbag Pack

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With a light and low-profile airbag inflation system, the Ortovox Tour 32 + 7 ABS Avalanche Airbag pack serves up protection for ski enthusiasts and professionals venturing into the backcountry.

  • Features

    • With a simple pull of the easy-to-reach ABS release handle, low-resistance air intake inflates the airbags quickly to help you stay at or near the surface of an avalanche
    • Modular airbag system and steel air cylinder (included) can be easily removed from the pack when you are staying in bounds or enjoying snow-free adventures
    • Locking aluminum clasps and super tough Hypalon straps let you carry skis diagonally, vertically or crossed, or a snowboard vertically
    • Padded, anatomically shaped shoulder straps and a wide hipbelt work together to distribute weight between the shoulders and hips for comfortable carring all day long
    • The Ortovox Tour 32 + 7 ABS Avalanche Airbag pack features a locking hipbelt buckle and leg straps to help ensure that you remain attached to the pack in an avalanche
    • Pack includes a map compartment, helmet net, skin/crampon compartment, a media pocket, a cushioned goggles pocket and ice axe/trekking pole loops
    • Includes steel air cylinder for activating the airbag

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  • Technical Specs

    Best Use

    Backcountry Skiing

    Snowboarding

    Frame Type

    Frameless

    Gear Capacity (L)

    37 liters

    Gear Capacity (cu. in.)

    1,952 + 427 cubic inches

    Weight

    7 lbs. 3 oz.

    Hipbelt

    Yes

    Fits Torso Length (in.)

    Unavailable inches

    Fits Waist/Hips

    32-59 inches

    Material(s)

    Cordura/ballistic nylon

    Pack Access

    Panel

    Number of Exterior Pockets

    2 + main compartment

    Avalanche Airbag

    Yes

    Dimensions

    23.5 x 12 x 9.5 inches

    Gender

    Unisex

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