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You have no problem working for turns.

Invest in the Ortovox Haute Route 35 Pack instead of fastening your extra layers to the outside of your teeny touring pack. Designed to safely stash your avy gear, spare layers, first aid kit, and extra calories, this super-comfortable pack gets you up the skintrack with ease. An all-around zipper on the back also allows you to reach into the main compartment to quickly grab gear.
  • O-Flex frame evenly distributes the carrying load for a better wear and relieves muscle strain
  • Roomy compartments stash your puffy, spare goggles, first aid kit, and extra munchies
  • Ski/snowboard straps securely hold your skis (maximum tail width of 125mm) 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 elastic bands and lower pick 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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My skis didn´t fit

I got the backpack and realized that my skis (K2 sidestash) being 130mm on the tail. I'd expect a backcountry backpack to be compatible with backcountry skis (still not the biggest). Plus i was expecting to be able to use it as a climbing backpack but with so many divisions i don't think i can fit a rope in it.

It does look as a well built backpack but didn't fit my needs