BCA - BACKCOUNTRY ACCESS FLOAT 32 AVALANCHE AIRBAG BACKPACK

BCA - BACKCOUNTRY ACCESS FLOAT 32 AVALANCHE AIRBAG BACKPACK

Regular price $735.00 Sale price $1,049.00
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Top of the range Professional Pack … used by guides around the world …

Designed for day trips in the backcountry, the BCA Float 32 Airbag Pack represents a major innovation in avalanche safety equipment. The efficient compressed-air cylinder is easily refilled at BCA authorized refill stations, making this airbag more travel-friendly than other cylinder systems. The pack carries 32 litres of gear, and has specialized compartments for your shovel and probe, as well as a fleece lined goggle pocket and a diagonal ski carry. A durable and reliable pack on the cutting edge of airbag technology, the Float 32 will become your go-to adventure pack. *Cylinder sold separately*

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PRODUCT DETAILS

DIMENSIONS

Volume w/ System – 1,953 cubic inches / 32 liters

Volume w/o System – 2,380 cubic inches / 39 liters

AIRBAG

Float Airbag System – Designed to keep you at or near the surface to minimize excavation time, a small 2,700-psi (186 bar) compressed-air cylinder, single-chamber 150-liter airbag, and super efficient Venturi System make the Float system efficient and compact.

Pack Weight (Entire System Including Full Cylinder) – 9.3 lbs / 3,090 g

Pack Weight (Pack, Airbag, Engine, No Cylinder) – 8.0 lbs / 2,520 g

Pack Weight (Pack Only, No Airbag, Engine or Cylinder) – 3.8 lbs / 1,750 g

POCKETS

Dual hip belt pockets

Fleece lined goggle pocket

Internal mesh pocket

FEATURES

Dry main compartment

Hydration compatible

Dedicated shovel and probe sleeves

Diagonal ski carry (optional snowboard carry attachment sold separately)

Dual ice axe carrying system

Compression straps

Helmet sling

Compression formed back panel with internal support

Adjustable waist belt for optimized fit and sizing

Warning – Wearing an airbag backpack is no guarantee of survival in an avalanche. Backcountry travellers are highly advised to educate themselves in snow stability assessment, route finding, and companion rescue and carry all of the conventional avalanche gear in addition to the airbag.


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