Versatile snow or work pack that adapts to your needs.
After a short morning powder session on the resort, take out your avy gear and replace it with your school gear in the Dakine Mission 25L Backpack. This versatile snowboard pack features a padded 15-inch laptop sleeve for your computer, while an organizer front pocket doubles as a storage area for your avy gear when you're shredding and as a place for your work or school supplies when it's time to get down to business.
- Choice of backpack for sidecountry missions and short snowmobile laps in the backcountry, while also doubling as a pack for school or travel
- Padded, adjustable shoulder straps and waist belt, and an adjustable sternum strap provide comfort, support, and a just-right fit while you tour, bootpack, or shred
- 25-liter pack features room for your avy gear, lunch, hydration, spare goggles, puffy jacket, and other small essentials
- Top entry provides easy access to your gear
- 600D polyester and 600D recycled PET fabrics offer solid durability, abrasion resistance, and eco-friendly good vibes while you head out the resort's sidecountry gates
- Mission features board carry straps for vertical snowboard transport when you bootpack
- Fleece-lined side pockets hold your goggles and shades
- Organizer pocket helps keep your gear in place and easy to get to
- Padded internal sleeve fits most 15-inch laptops when you use the Mission as a pack for school or while you travel
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First off, this backpack was around 45 bucks... awesome. Second, it matches my snowboard jacket's color scheme... woot. Finally, I use it daily for school and it's durable, holds all my crap and lets me bring some swag to the dreary halls of my middle school. Can't wait to bring it up to the mountain in a couple weeks!
Is the waist belt removable?
the waist belt is not removable
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
This pack is awesome. It is super light and the chest and waist straps are super easy to loosen and tighten. I have tried it out in some chowda but winter is coming.