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The pack for riders.

You've double-checked the avalanche forecast, taken inventory of backcountry safety gear, put new batteries in the beacon, and waxed your freeride stick for effortless surfing. You could have just stuffed everything (unorganized) into an old school backpack (like a total moron), but you're smart. You have the new Burton Rider's Pack.

  • Large main compartment is a 25L-capacity holding tank for food, extra clothes, or 24-pack (if you're the designated beer Sherpa)
  • Zippered, fleece-lined goggle pocket located at top for quick access to your precious eyewear
  • Vertical board-carry straps are adjustable and can act as compression straps or additional carry straps
  • Horizontal board carry capability is ideal for riding sleds
  • Internal shovel pocket is easily accessible through the main top zipper
  • Removable waist-belt features comfort padding and multiple stash pockets for mental essentials
  • Insulated beverage/gear slot pocket located on each side
  • Multiple external zippered pockets for small essentials

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what are the dimensions of the pack

what are the dimensions of the pack

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wrong backpack

i got the wrong backpack that is shown in the picture. at first i was bummed, but i really love it. it doesn't look like it holds much, but this thing carries pretty much all of my gear! i love it!it has straps on it that wrap around the front of you that buckle, so your not carrying all the weight solely on your back. my back never hurts, no matter what i put in the bag.

wrong backpack

How dirty does the yellow and white one...

How dirty does the yellow and white one get after time?

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Well, it would look broken in faster. White's going to look dingy and gray unless you keep it washed, and the yellow would probably take on kind of a dark mustard color over time. Mike's right about the snow, but even stuff like the wax from your board, tossing it in the car, and setting it down to eat lunch would take their toll.

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The white material is very similar to rip-stop, this will prevent the color from fading or becoming grungy to quickly, but like everything else it will, over time, it will become dirty. The pack is great though, It has a pocket for everything you could need while riding or hiking. You will not be disappointed at all.