Dakine Dakine Women's Heli Pro 20 L Snow Pack Dakine Dakine Women's Heli Pro 20 L Snow Pack
Dakine Dakine Women's Heli Pro 20 L Snow Pack Dakine Dakine Women's Heli Pro 20 L Snow Pack

Dakine Women's Heli Pro 20 L Snow Pack

C$140.00

Not big, but big enough.

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Article number: 10003270-BLU
Availability: In stock

DETAILS

Enough room for big missions if you pack light or smaller ones if you bring extra gloves, extra layer, extra chocolate bar—you get the idea. The Team Heli Pro 20L is the small, do-it-all pack with features demanded by backcountry or slackcountry exploration, including purpose-built snow tool sleeves, a large fleece-lined goggle pocket, and hydration sleeve that doubles as laptop storage off the mountain.

MATERIALS

  • DEEP LAKE: 600D Polyester with water repellent finish, bluesign® approved material

FEATURES

  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Zippered closure
  • Includes Dakine sticker sheet
  • Women's specific fit
  • Vertical snowboard carry
  • Diagonal / A-frame ski carry
  • Horizontal snowboard carry option
  • Quick dry mesh padded back panel
  • Snow tool/shovel pocket with sleeves
  • Large fleece lined goggle pocket
  • External quick-stash pocket
  • Internal mesh pocket
  • Hydration / Laptop sleeve fits most 15 laptops
  • 38mm web belt
  • Rescue whistle on sternum strap

SPECS

  • 1200 cubic inches [ 20L ]
  • 19 x 12 x 10 [ 48 x 30 x 25cm ]
  • 1.9 lbs. [ .86kg ]

CARE

If your Dakine bag gets dirty, we recommend hand washing with mild soap (like Nikwax Tech Wash), cold water and a soft bristle brush. If hand washing is not going to do the trick, use a front loader washing machine. To ensure your backpack doesn't get tangled, place inside a pillowcase or mesh bag before washing. Always use cold water, mild soap and run on a gentle cycle. Never bleach your pack. Hang to dry in a warm but shady place, ensuring both inside and out are dry before storing.

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