If you feel like you live in the backcountry, stash your goods here.
As the largest pack in BCA’s Stash lineup, the Stash Alp 40 Winter Pack is built for the most serious backcountry enthusiasts. With a removable top lid, roll-top closure, and side access, the Alp 40 will reliably stash your goods and let you stuff your puffy into the bottom without dumping all your gear in the snow. Get your backcountry equipment packed up in the Alp 40, your powder mansion awaits.
- The molded back panel and fully adjustable waist-belt and shoulder straps keep the Alp 40 firmly strapped to your back so you hardly notice it’s there when you make your descent
- A roll-top main compartment with specially designated pockets comfortably stows your extra layers, probe, skins, shovel, and puffy, while the side access enables you to get to it all
- The extendable and removable top lid gives you some extra space for the most epic of backcountry adventures
- The Alp 40 features a diagonal and A-frame ski carry system as well as a vertical snowboard carry system so you can comfortably get your ride to its launch position (all carry straps tuck away in designated pockets when not in use)
- A stowable helmet carry system lets you take the protection you need to the backcountry without having to deal with a helmet flopping around on your pack while you skin up
- BCA’s Freezeproof Hydration System keeps your beverages in liquid form (reservoir not included)
- This pack best fits torsos between 17 and 22 inches
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Roomy yet sleek
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
This is a very well thought out pack and takes a couple uses to realize just how many features it comes with. The roll top opening closure is one of my favorites and really makes the pack fit to what you have in it. The side pocket for the probe and shovel handle fits a variety of makes and modes and the separate shovel blade pocket is a huge plus- you always know where your rescue equipment is. You can carry skis A-frame or diagonal, my personal favorite on this pack is A-frame. Even though it can fit a TON and has many features, it is extremely light and skis very well.