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A truly gear-friendly bag.

Your technical mountaineering needs demand a pack that can keep up through all four seasons of vertical adventure, which is why Millet built the Peuterey Integrale 35+10 Backpack. Not overly specific to a single alpine discipline, this technical daypack just as readily accommodates an afternoon of ski touring as it does a morning on southwestern sandstone.
  • Ergonomic back design, shoulder straps, waist belt, and sternum strap help optimize load distribution
  • Ski-holding straps, front crampon pocket, ski loop, rope holder, and ice-axe holder hold your technical gear in a safe and organized way
  • Hydration system compatible
  • Abrasion-resistant fabrics add longevity even after multiple seasons of use and abuse

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Perfect ski guide pack

Used it this past winter in the wasatch and guiding day trips in the southern Sierra. It's the perfect size for 1 day trips as a guide or 1-2 day trips for the average user. Still in the first season so can't speak specifically about the durability but is holding up thus far.

Wouldn't recommend for people with a torso length longer than 21in but should fit great for everyone else. Provided it fits I would call this the perfect all mountain day pack.
-jb

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Do you know how large of a ski you could fit into the side straps for bootpacking?

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Hey Lars-
Millet claims that 155 width skis fit into the ski straps, but my skis are actually 161 underfoot and they fit fine. I used the pack on two days at Silverton mtn this winter, and it was great for the bootpackin'!