When your quest for fresh knows no limits, strap on the Iconoclast. Named for a peak in the Selkirks, it offers a choice of methods to cart your skis, and it works with a board too. If the route is too steep to skin or bootpack, you can strap on a pair of ice tools and hang gear and ice screws off the loops on the hipbelt.
- Removable wire frame and frame sheet transfers load to hips. Hipbelt height is adjustable for a custom fit.
- Brightly coloured inside pocket for probe and shovel, complete with bilingual CAC rescue instructions on a waterproof sheet.
- Hydration reservoir ready with and insulated hydration tube holder on shoulder strap, so you’re not frozen out from your water.
- Two loops on top for securing your helmet.
- Top compartment has mesh pockets and a key loop.
- Zippered hipbelt pocket holds energy bars, point-and-shoot camera, etc.
- With skis attached along pack sides, a reinforced bottom loop reduces the load on the adjustable strap.
- Stow-away straps on bottom left and top right also allow carrying skis diagonally on back of pack.
- Four loops on back for snowboard attachment kit (available separately).
- Twin holders carry classic or hammerless ice tools, and allow single-handed removal while skis are attached. Bottom attachment point is reinforced against pick abrasion.
- Glove-friendly oversized zipper pulls.
|Ideal for||Backcountry skiing|
|Main fabric||210-denier Velocity nylon|
The location of all access points into the main compartment of the pack.
Torso length is measured from the most prominent vertebrae at the back of your neck (top of shoulders) to the spot on your lower spine that lines up with the top of your hipbone.
|Ventilated back panel||No|
Adjustable shoulder harness
An adjustable harness lets you change the height of the shoulder straps to fit your specific back length.
The hipbelt and/or shoulder straps of the pack are designed to move, pivot or flex to follow your body’s movements. Each brand uses their own technology.