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Made for quick and dirty necessities and all-day comfort.

When new snow has fallen and the backcountry bowls are calling, pack up the Rome Ravine Backpack and for Pete's sake, get out there. With bioformed shoulder straps and waist strap with articulated notches, you'll be comfy on short, steep boot-packs or longer tours. Power panels and fold-down flap secure your board horizontally or vertically, whatever floats your boat. Store your avy gear in the plentiful exterior and internal zippered pockets; there's even a radio or phone pocket on the shoulder strap for quick and handy access. Put your brain bucket in the stowaway compartment on the hike, and use the lash points for extra gear. And when the fog rolls in or your buddy's out of sight, use the whistle on the sternum strap. Yup, everything you need for a light, fast fix.

  • Bioformed shoulder straps
  • Bioformed waist strap with articulated notches
  • Power panels and fold-down flap horizontal and vertical board carry
  • External and internal avy gear storage
  • Radio/phone on shoulder strap, internal hydration, and multiple exterior pockets
  • Helmet stowaway compartment
  • Safety whistle on sternum strap
  • Multiple lash points

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Smaller than advertised

Got this for going into the backcountry and wanted a bigger bag. It says it is 45L on this site but it says ONLY 22L on the Rome tag on the bag. The helmet stow away compartment is also tiny. It will fit a baseball cap, but nothing bigger. No helmet even has a chance of fitting in here.
Other than that, the construction of the bag seems solid. Haven't tested it out yet and i don't know if i will because its so small.

I would look elsewhere if you wanted a bigger bag for the backcountry.

It would make a decent school bag i'd think.


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