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Great BC bag
- Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer
Love my AK... Bag that is.� Used it countless times and I'm very impressed. Quailty is up there without a doubt. I took my share of falls and spills with this back on and it stays in place, no issues. Plenty of room for all my backcountry gear, Shovel, probe,� first aid, food, drinks, tools, poles even fit inside but it comes with attachments for them. The compressions straps keep the back small and with the waist strap it stays really close to you. I know its a often said but I can't feel this bad on me when I'm snowboarding. Highly recommend. Great bag.
Could this pack accommodate a digital SLR...
Could this pack accommodate a digital SLR camera?
Really depends on the size of the camera body and lens you attached to it. But it will fit most modern DSLRs with a lens less than 135 or so safely.
I disagree. I would not use this pack to carry a DSLR. You would probably be able to physically fit it in, but it wouldn't offer much protection, either shockwise or from moisture, particularly if you are heading out into the BC with all the requisite gear. You should probably look at other more specific DSLR packs from burton, clik elite or dakine, although these are a little bulkier, but importantly they all have compartments where you can separate the camera from other gear (skins, layers, food etc) to avoid getting the camera wet.
Write your question here...does the 2011...
Write your question here...does the 2011 version have a panel that folds down for the horizontal board carry? The description says it does, but last years didn't, and they claimed the same horizontal carry situation.
Yes it does. It allows you to carry your board horizontally, the back panel completely protects your back and the board.