The ASCENT 30 S ski tour backpack was developed especially for men and women with short backs – the “S” in the name stands for SHORT. The back system of this backpack is significantly shorter.
Like the ASCENT 32, the ultra-light and technical ASCENT 30 S is perfect for demanding days in the mountains. That’s why we’ve focused on the IMPORTANT THINGS and thought through every detail.
This backpack is abrasion resistant but still extremely light thanks to the nylon 100D Robic Ripstop. Despite this reduction in weight Ortovox have of course still ensured high wear comfort: The foamed 3D back system distributes the weight evenly between the hip fins and the padded shoulder straps. Features such as the circular zipper that provides quick access to your equipment, a map compartment, hydration system compatibility, as well as a diagonal ski attachment, an ice axe holder and a rope fastening, make the backpack what it is: a technical, ultra-lightweight backpack for challenging ski tours.
The ASCENT 32 S also includes Ortovox emergency card: in the case of an emergency, the card provides information about the injured person and therefore allows for faster and more efficient treatment. Learn more about Ortovox emergency card.
Classical ski fastening.
Light colors inside make it easier to find your equipment.
Diagonal ski fastener, versatile in use.
EMERGENCY CARD (inside)
For improved accident procedures.
LARGE UPPER COMPARTMENT
ICE AXE AND HIKING POLE FASTENING
SNOWBOARD AND SNOWSHOE HOLDER
Complete transport aid.
HYDRATION SYSTEM COMPATIBLE
Quick access to the main compartment from the front.
Ortovox came to life when Gerald Kampel and Jürgen Wegner developed the first double frequency transceiver to aid in avalanche victim searches. They have since grown into one of the biggest producers of avalanche safety gear on the market. In 1995 they added merino underwear to their selection, and we have been hooked ever since!