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Dakine Poacher Ras Vest Backpack

£ 150.87
incl. VAT excl. shipping costs
Colour: black
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Delivery time 16 to 20 business days
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​Well equipped for your mission in the mountains - Poacher Ras Vest from Dakine

The Dakine Poacher Ras Vest is a practical alternative to the classic backpack design. All your equipment is immediately available thanks to the six zippered pockets on the front. To avoid sweating too quickly, mesh inserts on the back and sides ensure the necessary ventilation.
You can buckle up the skis diagonally, the snowboard vertically. The zippered compartments are easily accessible, so you don’t have to rummage around. Drop in a Removable Airbag System 3.0® from Mammut® and you'll be armed with the latest, greatest in avalanche safety.


  • Article number: 531066
  • Material Specification: 100 % nylon
  • Backpack Features:
    • Lockable zips
    • Carry handle(s)
    • Snowboard carry
    • Internal organisation
    • Hydration system compatible
    • External pockets
  • Avalanche Backpack Type: Removable airbag system
  • Backpack by Dakine
  • Removable Airbag System 3.0 by Mammut® compatible (sold separately)
  • DK Impact Spine Protector compatible (sold separately)
  • 6 front access pockets (inc. beacon anchor)
  • Snow tool/shovel pocket
  • Internal web belt and breathable back panel
  • Rescue whistle on sternum strap
  • 500D Hollow Point Nylon

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About Dakine

Dakine started in 1979 on the shores of Maui, when Rob Kaplan set out to create a bombproof surf leash. With a move to the mountains, the business naturally expanded into snow sports. Some of Dakine's most iconic pieces were created out of the wants and wishes of local skiers and snowboarders who strolled in and out of the new office. Dakine pride themselves on the high quality of their products, and we are yet to come across someone who isn't impressed with their durability.