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Strap your board onto the Backcountry Access Stash Rider Backpack and hike to your favorite out-of-bounds powder stash. This insulated winter hydration pack has just enough room for a day at the resort or in the backcountry. The hose and bite valve are neatly stashed inside the shoulder strap where Outlast insulation actually traps and stores your body heat, releasing it when the temperature drops. This high-tech insulation system ensures you're not sucking ice, even in brutally cold conditions. Storm-proof zippers ensure the contents of the Stash Rider stay dry and secure, and internal probe and shovel pockets keep everything easily accessible in case the worst case scenario turns into reality.

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I am looking to use this pack for doing...

I am looking to use this pack for doing some back country snowboarding. I am just wondering if there is enough room to strap snowshoes onto the back?

Will this pack fit my macbook ok? i need...

Will this pack fit my macbook ok? i need to use it everyday - as well as up the hill..

the pack needs to be somewhere around 13 inches wide and 10 inches deep.

thanks in advance :)

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this bag holds 976cu in (16L)
the apple backpack for a macbook pro 15" is 0.42 cu. ft./12 l

.. just not sure if it's wide enough.

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So I tried this pack on at a local...

So I tried this pack on at a local mountaineering store and it felt very "stiff." Namely in the shoulder strap regions. The guy helping me out said his was the same way but after a season it broke in a bit and feels much more flexible.

Just wondering/curious about other's personal experience and opinion(s) on the matter.

Thanks in advance

4 5

Solid Pack

I've used this for about 3 years now. While the mouth valve did tear after my last trip and leaked water, guaranteed it so now I'm RMA'ing it for the red version (have the black version currently).

how will this pack work carrying skis? i...

how will this pack work carrying skis? i know theres just a plain old stash pack with a diagonal ski carry but im liking this stash rider alot. i read the review of the guy sayign that the horizontal straps are easy to use

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snow board carring capabilities, not sure how they do with ski's but I'm sure you can do it...

How do the skis attach? Vertically on each...

How do the skis attach? Vertically on each side or together diagonally?

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It's not actually designed for skis, but you can strap them in vertically with the snowboard straps (that big black buckle in the photo). That works fine for carrying them. In that case, they'd be attached vertically, flat up your back.Or if you want ski specific and don't need a snowboard carry check out , it is the same pack without the snowboard carry straps. The Stash pack I linked to has a diagonal ski carry (with the skis bases together). - SMS24

4 5

Great pack

This is an excellent pack. Although advertised as a pack for snowboards, it works quite well to hold skis. The quick release straps make it easy to secure skis to the pack without removing gloves or mittens.

I found this quite useful during a trip to Aspen, CO, where carrying skis is necessary to go to Longshot and the Hanging Valley Wall in Snowmass as well as the Highlands bowl at Aspen Highlands.

The water reservoir works well in mildly cold conditions (20 degrees F and above) but does freeze in extreme cold conditions (below 20 degrees F) but short of putting vodka in the pack, I do not know of any other pack that would hold up in extreme cold.