No one knows backcountry safety better than our community of experts.
So before you go carving up fresh snow this winter, take a spin through their top six gear suggestions for the season.
“If I had to pick just one item it would have
to be an avalanche transceiver.
It’s your lifeline to safety
in the event the unimaginable happens.”
Ski and Climbing
Outdoor Media and Industry Professional
“Excellent range, straightforward operations, great battery life, comfortable harness, relatively small. It’s up to you to practice and make good decisions, but having proper gear
is a prerequisite.”
SKI AND HIKE
Hike, Camp and Snowboard
“The access to the main compartment from the back is my favorite part. The pack can lay face down while you’re switching over, so the back isn’t laying in the snow to then get your back wet! Quality materials used that I expect will last a long time.”