- Waterproof backpack with high-frequency-welded seams and water-resistant zips
- Comfort Contact back system maximises airflow
- Ergonomically shaped shoulder straps
- Wide hip belt
- Top-loading main compartment
- Stretch mesh front pocket
- Removable lid with two pockets
- Chest strap with signal whistle
- Side ski fastening
- Hiking pole fastening
- Helmet net
- Compression strap
- Hip pocket
- Hydration system compatible
- Key holder
- Emergency card
- Gear loops
- Made from 420D TPU polyamide
- 30-litre capacity
- Climate neutral manufacture
- Regular Back Length: May be used for a back length from 42 to 50 cm
- Weight: 1180 g
- Volume: 30L
Climate-neutral:Ortovox's goal is to significantly reduce our emissions and offset those that remain. They will achieve this a year earlier than planned: ORTOVOX will be completely climate-neutral by 2023.
Sustainability through longevity:Ortovox has an unrelenting focus on the valueof their products, and manufacture them with uncompromising durability and repairability at the forefront.
If you’ve spent much time in the Alps, chances are you’ve seen a lot of folk sporting Ortovox kit. It’s one of the biggest and most well-respected brands in Austria and Germany, backed up by the kind of mountain heritage that most companies can only dream of.
Ortovox started out more than 40 years ago making avalanche transceivers and other rescue equipment, and to this day they’re still the go-to outfitters for mountain rescue teams, alpine guides and extreme mountaineers. Get your hands on an Ortovox pack or garment and you’ll soon see why. The construction and quality of this stuff is on a whole different level, right down to tiny details like the buckles and merino mesh inserts. It’s gear you can rely on day-in, day-out, in seriously spicy conditions – and thousands of mountain professionals genuinely do just that.
Ortovox kit has a very distinctive, technical look – and their background in mountain safety means they’re big on bright colours that make you easy to spot in an emergency. But the materials bear closer inspection too. They’re huge champions of the properties of natural wool, and they’ve been using it in performance mountain gear since the 80s – putting them streets ahead of other manufacturers who are only just rediscovering nature’s original miracle fibre. As a bonus, this also makes their products very environmentally friendly, and the entire winter range is now climate neutral.