The Freerider pack has clever winter-specific details like access to the main compartment via a fully opening back panel. This gives you good oversight of the contents and it also means the carry system stays dry. But even if a little snow does get onto the carry system, our new hard-wearing, breathable, snow-resistant fabric will keep your back dry. And when it comes to safety, the Freerider has it all worked out. It features a separate, easy-to-access compartment for your probe and shovel so that your avalanche equipment is quick to access in an emergency. We’ve also equipped it with our new modular attachment set-up. Two dedicated straps that attach to the gear loops on the pack allow you to affix skis, a snowboard or snowshoes to the pack in no time at all – skis diagonally across the back or in an A-frame, a snowboard or snowshoes in an upright position. These versatile gear straps can also be used as compression straps.
Hip fin with loops
Adjustable sternum belt
Load adjustment straps
Goggle holder on shoulder strap
Reinforced safety compartment for shovel blade and handle
Ice Axe Attachment
A- Frame Ski Fixation
Zipped access at the back
Attachment loops for the helmet holder
Compatible with 3.0 litre drinking system/bag
Special compartment in the inside of the backpack to keep your valuables safe
Elasticated inner compartment for storing wet/sweaty clothing, water reservoir, etc.
330D PA 6.6 Ripstop
The tightly woven 210 and 330 denier polyamide fabric is the ideal combination of high strength and low weight. The technical shiny surface with robust Ripstop threads lends the fabric its striking appearance. The extremely light and yet highly stable fabric is perfect for robust lightweight constructions. High-quality PU coating.
210D PA Ripstop
A 210 denier polyamide fabric with stronger RipStop threads and PU coating. This very fine and light, yet extremely robust fabric is ideal for the construction of lightweight backpacks.
* D stands for denier. This describes the yarn weight. 600D corresponds to 600 grams per 9000 meters.
* PES stands for polyester. PES fibres are very tear and abrasion resistant and hardly absorb moisture.
* PA stands for polyamide. PA fibres are extremely durable and abrasion-resistant. They are also characterized by high elasticity and low weight.
YOUR OPTIMAL COMPANION FOR
Ski tour (5 of 5)
Freeriding (5 of 5)
Snowboarding (5 of 5)
Skiing (5 of 5)