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If you bounce in and out of your resort sidecountry gates, than the Dakine Chris Benchetler Team Baker Backpack would be your backpack of choice. Designed for light-duty travel around the resort and day trips into the backcountry, this 16-liter pack comfortably holds your avy gear, first aid gear, hydration, and snacks. Plus, this durable pack features artwork by pro skier Chris Benchetler himself.

  • Pro skier Chris Benchetler's model of choice backpack for the sidecountry or short snowmobile laps in the backcountry
  • Padded, adjustable shoulder straps and waist belt provide comfort, support, and a just-right fit while you tour, bootpack, or shred
  • 16-liter pack features room for your avy gear, snacks, hydration, spare goggles, puffy jacket, and other small essentials
  • Top entry provides easy access to your gear, while a snow tool/shovel pocket located in the front of the pack holds your avy gear
  • 630D nylon and 1260D ballistic nylon fabrics provide solid durability and abrasion resistance while you head out the resort's sidecountry gates
  • Retractable cable ski carry for convenience
  • Team Baker allows you to carry your skis diagonally or your snowboard vertically
  • Insulated hydro sleeve helps keep your water from freezing up
  • Fleece-lined top pocket holds your goggles or shades
  • Integrated rescue whistle in the sternum strap helps you alert others to danger or your whereabouts
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Great pack for day outings

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

Great pack for the money. Fits against your body well so it doesn't feel cumbersome. Not intended for carrying heavy weight. Stuffed full with a 60 meter rope strapped to the outside is too much weight and your shoulders will regret it. External shovel area doubles as ice axe holder. This pack is a little tight for longer skinning missions. With skins, water, and food for 1 day, the pack is full. Holds a 3 liter water bladder nicely but dont expect to put much else in the largest compartment. I've used this pack about a year now maybe twice a week skinning, snowmobiling, resort riding, hiking, and spelunking and it has held up nicely. This is my second Dakine pack and I would definitely buy another!