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 Poster: A snowHead
Poster: A snowHead
Any suggestions on packs to get for short touring, and quick out the gate runs? Pack with an Avalung, or a pack with an airbag? Or a pack with an airbag and an avalung harness which is separate from the pack? I guess I could answer my own question, I know that having both couldn't hurt, but is it necessary for someone who does resort access, short touring packs, hitch hiking passes?
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Obviously A snowHead isn't a real person
Whether it's worth it is your call alone.

FIWI, I've found the BD Covert Avalung to be both brilliant and way more resilient to use/abuse over a period of time than you could possibly expect.

OTOH, if I had the money, I'd be buying an airbag system...
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