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Mariner9
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Any ideas? Hoping to find something ~12-15L with board carry (for a board, not a splitboard as skis). Tried Dakine, Burton, Jones, Black Diamond...no luck so far.

Thanks in advance.


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Posted by: @mariner9

Any ideas? Hoping to find something ~12-15L with board carry (for a board, not a splitboard as skis). Tried Dakine, Burton, Jones, Black Diamond...no luck so far.

Thanks in advance.

12L Dakine Team Heli has both vertical and horizontal snowboard carry

 


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RedsMissingJacket
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Posted by: @c-fuzzy

12L Dakine Team Heli has both vertical and horizontal snowboard carry

 

I have one of these, highly recommend

It's awesome for smaller touring days, side country or backcountry if you don't carry too many extra layers. I use to use it for all my touring except overnights, but recently got a 20L snowdrifter I've been favoring (fits more beer cans for slushy spring tours 🍻)

I will say, carrying a board on smaller, lightweight packs always feels a little awkward to me, I think because you just have so little material holding it to you.

Edit: I also have the older model which has a really crappy thin waist strap, so the new one ☝️ looks even more promising

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Mariner9
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@c-fuzzy - thanks. When I looked on their website (Canadian version), it only showed one pack (Heli 24L). I guess products that are out-of-stock don't appear? Anyway, managed to find one at another store and have ordered it. Thanks again, pack looks ideal.


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Mr. Lomax
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try ebay


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