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Ortovox Cross Rider 22L Backpack

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Cross Rider 22L Backpack

The Ortovox Cross Rider 22 Backpack is a favorite among backcountry enthusiasts, whether they prefer ski or splitboard. This backpack carries skis, snowboards, ice axes, trekking poles, snowshoes, and helmets to leave plenty of room inside the main compartment for layers, lunch, skins, goggles, and more. There's a separate compartment specifically designed for avalanche safety gear, and the helmet net stows away for the ride down. The pack is equipped with multiple access points so you can always reach gear, even with skis or snowboards attached to the pack.

  • Backpack for backcountry missions on skis or splitboard
  • Front and back access to main compartment makes it easy to find gear
  • Separate compartment for avalanche safety gear
  • Carries skis, snowboards, ice axes, trekking poles, and snowshoes
  • Stowable net secures helmets for added storage
  • Hydration-compatible sleeve and port keeps water close by
  • Multitude of pockets stash all of your adventure essentials
  • Item #ORTL07S

Material
600D polyester
Volume
22L (1343cu in)
Shoulder Straps
padded
Hydration Compatible
yes
Access
top, back
Pockets
1 map compartment, 1 hip
Ski Carry
yes, A-fix, D-fix
Helmet Carry
helmet net
Ice Axe Carry
yes
Dimensions
12.6 x 21.25 x 7.1in
Claimed Weight
1lb 14oz
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, backcountry snowshoeing, freeride/powder skiing, freeride/powder snowboarding
Manufacturer Warranty
5 year

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Hi, Very excited and interested in this pack. Where and how does the "Hydration-compatible sleeve and port" exit the pack? There doesn't appear to be the traditional zipper opening on the shoulder straps. Would a water bag tube require it's own insulation to avoid freezing in cold environments? Thank you