Evoc - FR Pro 20 - Ski touring backpack

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Attributes & features
Daypack with integrated back protector
Recommended use:
Snowboarding; Backcountry; Ski and snowboard touring
22 l (size XL); 20 l (size M/L); 18 l (size S)
Nylon 210D ripstop; PU coated (100% polyamide); Air Mesh; Neopren
Carry system:
Chest strap and hip belt
Additional compartments:
Sunglasses compartment; Compartment for safety equipment; Small parts pouch on the hip belt
Hydration system:
compatible up to 3 l volume; insulated
1330 g (size M/L)
integrated back protector (TÜV/GS certified); Whistle; Emergency plan; Ice tool loops
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Product description
High-end freeride daypack with integrated back protector. Its premium fit and optimally balanced load distribution, combined with all the important features you need in the mountains make this pack your best friend, be it on the slopes or in the powder.

Back protector CE-certified (EN 1621-2)
Quick-access avalanche compartment with emergency plan
Attachment system for: snowboard, skis (diagonal/vertical), snowshoes, 1 ice pick (stowable)
Webbing loops (multifunctional)
Hip belt pocket
Accommodates hydration systems up to 3 l (insulated drinking tube channel)
Available in 3 sizes S, M/L, XL according to torso length

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Question from Christian | Minfeld
wie misst man die Rückenlänge?

wie ist das Verhältnis bzw. die Empfehlung,
separater Protektor oder im evoc? bietet der Rucksack ausreichend Schutz?
Danke für eure Antwort!


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Sebastian | Customer Service
24.11.2014 17:06

Hi Christian,
Deine Rückenlänge kannst Du von der Oberkante Deiner Schulterblätter / 7. Nackenwirbel (hervorstehender Wirbel, wenn Du Deinen Kopf nach unten nimmst) bis zur Oberkante des Beckenknochens messen.
Der Protektor des Rucksacks ist TÜV - geprüft, der Schutz passt also. Ich fühl mich jedoch mit einem zusätzlichen Rückenprotektor deutlich wohler. Die verrutschen weniger und schützen, je nach Modell, auch den Nacken und das Steißbein.

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