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Whether you prefer skis or a snowboard to help you fulfill your powder-shredding needs, rely on the quality, durability, and support of the Deuter Descentor EXP 22. This 22-26 liter pack has more than enough room to securely hold everything you need for a day of thrills and chills. Designed to carry skis, a snowboard, or even large snowshoes, the Descentor EXP takes pride in its versatility and features a removable Shield back system to help minimize or prevent injury when things just don't go your way on the ski or ride down. 

  • Includes removable Shield back system which helps to minimize or prevent injury during high-risk sports
  • PSA-Back Protector is TUV-inspected and CE-certified and features mutli-layer construction to deliver solid shock absorption and provide the basis for the protective function
  • Adjustable, padded shoulder straps and comfy neoprene waist belt offer a secure, comfortable, and supportive fit
  • Large front compartment stashes and organizes your shovel, shovel handle, and probe
  • Expandable 22 to 26L pack has enough space for all of your avy gear, spare goggles, lunch, puffy, extra gloves, and other small essentials for a full day of touring
  • Super-Polytex and Macrolite materials supply a strong, durable pack that you can count on for years of touring
  • An internal hydration sleeve holds your water bladder (not included), while a neoprene-insulated shoulder strap helps ensure your hydration tube doesn't freeze up
  • Carry your gear any way you like: side, diagonal or front for skis, and vertical or horizontal for snowboard
  • Helmet-holder loops carry your brain bucket
  • A fleece-lined pocket stores your spare goggles or shades and three internal zippered security pockets helps keep your small backcountry essentials organized
  • 3M Reflective Safety Blink Attachment and removable tool loop for convenience
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Solid Expandable Pack

    From home to the airport, and to the slopes I expand the pack to 26L to hold a pair of gloves, beanies, a jacket, insulated pants, a water bottle and a down mid layer (in the external front compartment for easy access when it gets chilly) - fully laden at 5 to 6kg. On the slopes, I trim the pack back down to 22L to hold riding essentials like water, a midday snack, my GoPro/ Contour (when not attached)/ Samsung S3 in the padded front pocket, and there's still space for my helmet when I take it off to hike. I don't remove the Shield system and weight was not an issue. Overall, this is one tough pack that has seen me through 12-hour flights (to & back each), 5 solid days out on the snow, and likely able to take way much more as we go along.