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Dakine
Dakine Baker Backpack
Features of the Dakine Baker Backpack

  • Capacity: 16L
  • Weight: 1.8lbs (.82kg)
  • Hydration Compatible: Insulated hydro sleeve (Reservoir sold seperately)
  • Number of External Pockets: External snow tool/shovel pocket
  • Hip Belt: Adjustable padded waist belt
  • Compression: Adjustable compression straps
  • Shoulder Straps: Dual shoulder straps
  • Board Carry : Vertical
  • lining: Fleece lined goggle pocket
  • Ski Carry: Retractable cable ski carry

Dakine

Baker Backpack

Style 8100615


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The Dakine Baker Backpack is original low-profile winter pack. Updated design with an insulated Hydro-Sleeve makes a classic pack even better. This is a versitile backcountry bag, the Dakine Baker pack has a ski or snowboard carry option. Also bring along a extra layer, power bars and your hydration with no extra sweat.





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Dakine Baker Backpack Reviews


Average of 1 Reviews:

TOP FOUR PROS

  • Lightweight (1)
  • Good Organization (1)
  • Good Design (1)
  • Easy to Access Items (1)

TOP THREE BEST USES

  • Snowboarding (1)
  • Mountaineering (1)
  • Backcountry Snowboarding (1)
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  A nice sleek pack

REVIEWED BY: JUSTIN    2011-11-15

"The Dakine Baker Backpack is a sleek and lightweight designed pack. Nice padding on the back and decent waist straps it is pretty comfortable pack to wear all day while snowboarding and doing some mild mountaineering. Good size, the pack adequately carries all my water and supplies I need without being too bulky and everything is easy to access. Get it in green!"

  • Pros: Easy to Access Items,Good Design,Good Organization,Lightweight
  • Best Uses: Backcountry Snowboarding,Mountaineering,Snowboarding
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