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Convenient carrying solution for pow hounds.
Whether you're hiking beyond the resort's boundaries or heading out by sled, the Rome Insurgent Snowboard Backpack holds everything you need to get after it in the backcountry. Vertical board carry straps with EVA-reinforced side panels grip your board, ensuring it doesn't slide around when you're traversing tricky terrain or boot-packing up a gnarly line. The pack's fold-down back panel also allows you to carry your board horizontally, making it ideal for sled-access trips where horizontal carrying is a necessity.
Inside the pack, you'll find plenty of room for a hydration bladder (not included) within the internal reservoir pocket and port. Internal avy gear storage stashes away all of your snow safety equipment, while the pack's sternum strap doubles as a whistle in case of an emergency. Additionally, the Bioformed shoulder straps and waist harness allow for a supremely comfortable fit without pressure points, while multiple exterior lash points are ideal for clipping extra gear at the end of a long day.
- Vertical and horizontal board carries
- Power Panels structural side panels
- Internal avy gear storage
- Hydration sleeve (bladder not included)
- Bioformed shoulder straps
- Bioformed waist belt with articulated notches
- Multiple lash points
- Safety whistle on sternum strap
- Item #ROM007A
- Q & A
- Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share
Bought this as a gift and this is the feedback I have: "HUGE! Does not look that big when it comes out of the packaging but you can really fit whatever you need in this thing. Really nice to be able to carry your board vertically or horizontally. Also, love that it has a sleeve for my hydration pack. I'm a big water drinker out there on the mountain and it easily fits my 3L bladder. Super comfortable staps and breathable. "
Does have loops to carry an ice axe?
This pack does not have loops for ice axe carry. Let me know if you would like some recommendation on some packs that do.