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The Ortovox Free Rider 24 Pack's integrated back protector gives you some extra security when you're skiing down sketchy terrain, while internal straps keep your avy and other gear secure and easily accessible. Yup, feel free to ogle and drool down the front of your bright, techy jacket.

  • Back length: 38-46cm (15-18in)
  • Recommended height: 160-180cm (63-71in)
  • A five-layer TUV-certified back protector with the Free Ride's neoprene waist-belt gives you a little extra security when you enter a no-fall zone or back-slap a hard landing
  • Ski/snowboard straps securely hold your skis or snowboard when you bootpack up a steep couloir
  • Main compartment includes gear loops that securely hold your probe and shovel handle, elastic straps for your shovel blade, and a net pocket for your small essentials
  • Small upper plastic hooks and lower loops allow you to attach your ice axes or poles with ease
  • A helmet fixation system allows you to stash your helmet on your pack when you're skinning
  • Insulated accommodation for your hydration system with ports and sleeves
  • Water-resistant zips keep moisture out
  • An integrated alarm whistle comes in super handy when your voice just isn't loud enough
  • Polygiene technology throughout helps combat odor-causing bacteria
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Best Ski Bag. (PERIOD)

    This bag is simply dope. I'm really surprised there aren't any reviews on it, because it is a work of art. the features are all listed above but what is really great about this bag is how sleek it is. the helmet carry system, diagonal ski carry ice axe carry just zip right in to their own pockets so you not getting caught and messin wit yo swag. great avy gear system inside that you can access through the front of back of the bag. on top of all that this beast has a spine protector. I have tried to wear a spin protector before but it really annoys me. this is a dope solution. the green color is on point so is the blue. I have seen the smaller bag 16L it is also great, however its though to fit much in there (like Skins and water ) its best for hiking out a gate without skins IMO. the 26L is perfect for actual touring but isn't to big, fits everything you need. i dont own any other ortovox gear but this is making me think twice about that. best ski bag i have seen/used minus an air bag this is the one