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A bellowed main compartment allows you to stuff the Dakine Frontier Pack to the gills with gear without causing this backcountry ski pack to burst at the seams. An array of pockets hold your small essentials and avalanche gear, and two styles of ski carry let you attack steep bootpacks hands-free. Pull on the padded shoulder straps and waist belt and start kicking your way to untouched powder stashes.

  • Top load allows for easy packing at home and back-panel access means you can reach whatever you need without empty the contents of your bag into the snow
  • Quick-access snow tool and shovel pocket and quick-draw ice axe sleeve means all your safety tools are easy to reach at a moment's notice
  • An insulated hydro sleeve keeps your high-quality H2O from freezing solid
  • Stash your helmet in the deployable helmet carry for the hot, uphill slog
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Awesome Pack

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

awesome pack!roomy for all my gear dakine gets it right. iuse it for backcountry skiing mostly...but just used ita week in and out of bounds in utah and passed with flying colors... also took up mount washington,NH and held my gear well though my tube froze on my resiviour..... good thing i had my water bottle;)

Great for travel

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I was looking for a large backpack for airline travel that was big enough to get me through a long weekend but small enough to fit in even the the shallow overhead compartments or under the seat. I really like the size and layout of this one, and all of the different compartments are handy. The only complaint I would have is that the top flap is secured to the shoulder straps, rather than the top of the bag itself, so it's a little difficult to get them nice and tight. I realize the bag is intended for skiers, which I definitely am not. Considering that, it has satisfied me needs very well and is very tough but plenty flexible.

Is this pack to big to ski the resort/slack...

Is this pack to big to ski the resort/slack country with?

I've been lift skiing with a Chute (2200 cu in) for 3 years,and I feel no need to downsize. It is bigger that pretty much everyone else's pack but I like to eat lunch outside and carry lots of water/soup. In truth I will likely replace my chute with this guy here.