About Black Diamond Equipment Anarchist AvaLung Snowsport Backpack
Closeouts. Black Diamond Equipment's Anarchist backpack is large enough for multi-day tours and rugged enough for use by snow professionals. In addition to the built-in AvaLung system, there's diagonal and A-frame ski carrying options and storage for all your clothing, snow tools and safety gear.
Specs about Black Diamond Equipment Anarchist AvaLung Snowsport Backpack
- Pack material: 800 denier ballistic, 420 denier velocity nylon
- Frame type: Internal
- Hydration compatible: Yes
- Pack loading: Top
- Ski carry: Yes
- Ice tool/trekking pole loops: Yes
- Recommended use: Backpacking Day or Overnight,Skiing
- Volume liters: 42
- Dimensions: 28-1/2x13x10-1/2"
- Pack capacity: 2563 cu.in.
- Weight: 4 lb. 5 oz.
- Fits torsos: 18-1/2-21-1/2"
- Made in Philippines
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 3-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Nick from Oregon on Sunday, February 10, 2013I switched this nice pack out for the Covert as I ski instead of snowboard. Otherwise, I would have kept it
Answer It can be removed, here are the instructions.|Open the pack's main compartment and completely unzip the two|zippers that give access to the AvaLung exhaust tube. Separate the hook and-|loop tabs and remove the orange exhaust-end connector from the orange exhaust manifold. If necessary, pry the connector out with a flat|screwdriver, being careful not to damage the parts .|Undo the hook-and-loop strap|behind the valve box. Pull the|valve box and inlet tubing|through the back panel and work|the mouthpiece through the|shoulder strap at the same time.|Do not remove the mesh cover|on the valve box during cleaning.|If you will be using the pack|without the AvaLung installed, place the plug into the exhaust manifold.|To reinstall the AvaLung unit follow the removal steps in reverse order.
Question “A couple questions about this Pack on items that have changed over the years of this model:|Does it hold ice tools well on the exterior (while holding skis)?|Some versions have side access, this one has top and back only?|Under the top lid is there a strap to hold climbing rope?||Thanks!|~Tim”