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Burton AK Incline 30L Backpack

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AK Incline 30L Backpack

Whether you're hiking a short bootpack, tackling a longer tour, or just seshing pow turns inbounds, the Burton AK Incline 30L Backpack is a versatile option for getting your gear to the drop. The specialized avi-tool compartment lets you keep all of your most important hardware close at hand in case of an emergency, while the Aeropro trampoline back-panel delivers cooling ventilation during those long and sweaty uphill pushes. Multiple ski and snowboard carry options include a vertical snowboard carry and an A-Frame carry for splitboards and skis, letting you keep your hands and feet free while you hike steep terrain.

This backpack is made with a durable ripstop fabric, which is ready for tough and rugged terrain, and also sheds water from snow and light rain. A fleece-lined goggle pocket allows you to keep a fresh pair handy or stow your primary pair to avoid fogging it up during the tour. Plus, lots of external straps consolidate you helmet, poles, and any other technical gear you'll need to reach your objective. Internal and external pockets store your keys, wallet and phone to prevent loss or damage.

  • A versatile daypack for backcountry touring and trekking
  • Multiple carry options let you lug skis, snowboards, and splitboards
  • Avalanche-tools compartment keeps important gear close by
  • Built-in helmet carry keeps protection close by for the descent
  • Durable outer fabric repels water from snows and wintry mixes
  • Cooling mesh back panel and shoulder straps add comfort
  • Hydration compatibility lets you stay hydrated during the climb
  • Array of pockets includes goggle and hip-belt pockets
  • Item #BUR029F

Responsible Collection
Certified B-Corp
(faded coated ripstop) 210D nylon double ripstop, 500D nylon Cordura, PU coating, (arctic camo print) 840D polyester ballistic, 500D nylon Cordura, PU coating
Shoulder Straps
air mesh
Waist Belt
Hydration Compatible
Reservoir Included
front panel
[external] 1 safety tool, 2 stowable water-bottle, 1 goggle, 2 hip-belt, [internal] 1 zippered mesh
Gear Loops
Ski Carry
Snowboard Carry
vertical, A-Frame splitboard
Helmet Carry
22.5 x 11 x 5in
Claimed Weight
3lb 4.8oz
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing & snowboarding, randonee, ski mountaineering
Manufacturer Warranty
limited lifetime

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 5

Africa bush trip-Burton Ak 30L Incline

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Used it to pack Burton Ak cyclic jacket and down jacket (layering), solar charger for IPhone, 15 inch laptop, books to read, shorts and shirt. North of Mozambique, Africa, it gets cold during May nights (autum here). Burton Ak 30L is solid, have another AK 31L backback and still good after many trips. Will be traveling to Innsbruck on snowboard trip and tacking Burton Ak 30L Incline. Comfortable and good support on your back.

>Rating: 4

Very NIce

I've used it several times

This pack is nice because it is really comfortable to ride in.

>Rating: 5

Great Touring Pack

I've used it several times

Perfect touring pack. Easily holds avalanche gear, skins, extra layers, keys, snacks, etc. Quality, durable material that will hold up against the elements and anything you throw at it. Helmet-carry is super convenient.

>Rating: 5

i like this BURTON backpack, it has more

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

i like this BURTON backpack, it has more detail for snowboarding, hiking, touring, ex, two little bags at belt, helmet protact net at back surface in a hidden space . i really love this backpack.

>Rating: 5

Perfect for day tours

I've put it through the wringer

The Burton Incline 30L is perfect for day missions and can carry skins, a shell, avalanche equipment, goggles, and anything else you may need. It's a little heavier than some other options out there, but the suspension system carries any extra weight exceptionally well and is super comfortable. I really like the pocket on the waist belt for easy access to items like a snack or your phone to get awesome photos on your tour. Anything from the Burton AK line has an awesome warranty in case you run into issues. It's been my favorite touring pack to date!


I’m looking for a double duty snowboarding backpack. Will this fit a 16” MacBook Pro in the bladder compartment when I’m off the mountain?