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Campers at the High Cascades Snowboard Camp added one more item to their wish list for the ideal pack: skate carry. Burton delivers with the updated HCSC Shred Scout Pack. Whatever you happen to be into today, backcountry skiing or snowboarding, skating, or just heading to class, the Shred Scout will get your goods where you need them in good shape.
- Tough 420D nylon construction
- Main compartment with front accessory pocket for easy organization
- Side-access beverage cooler for cooling beverages
- Soft ergonomic shoulder harness for comfortable carrying
- Ergonomic back panel for added comfort
- Magnetic closure main entry converts to removable lunch cooler
- Easy-access internal shovel storage pocket
- Separate padded laptop sleeve (up to 13 inches)
- Front accessory pocket with internal organization for easy access to the essentials
- Hydration compatible to keep you hydrated on the go
- Removable waist strap with snowboard stance measurement markings
- Removable rain cover offers protection from unexpected weather
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Hey, does it have a good snowboard carry,...
Hey, does it have a good snowboard carry, and if so vertical or horizantal?
Yes this pack has vertical board straps. Such a rad pack and comes with a sick Mizu water bottle (Owned by Jussi Oksanen). Your going to love this pack you can pack a board or a skate...
Sick pack but wish it had more.
This thing is sweet. The material feels durable and it looks sexy. Skateboard/snowboard carry has great velcro unlike some of the other packs I've used. I like the magnetic top/lunchbox. It's way better than the flap over that just sits there some other packs have.The product name says black but it's actually brown like the picture shows. A few things I wish they would have changed/included... 1) More zipped pockets. On the entire pack, there are a lot of pockets, but only 3 of them actually zip (1 being on the magnetic lunchbox part). So if you're in for a bumpy ride, things might fall out of place. 2) Two individual waist straps that buckle in the middle. It has a one strap waist strap that, when unclipped, hangs down on one side and looks weird so I ended up just removing it when I'm not riding.
Overall, it's a sick pack and it's worth the money.