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Ortovox Tour Rider 30L Backpack

£ 116.45
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2 Reviews (4.5)
Colour: black anthracite
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Enjoy long hikes up and endless rides down!

The Ortovox Tour Rider 30L is the ideal backpack for long day tours. In addition to an attachement for your avalanche equipment, the backpack is also equipped with ski and snowboard fastenings, front and rear access to the main compartment and an ice axe and hiking pole fastening. As with all Ortovox backpacks, the Tour Rider 30 has an integrated signal whistle which helps to find you in case of an emergency and a chest strap. The body-hugging cut, the load control cords in combination with the foam back and ergonomic straps make it the perfect backpack for long hikes up and smooth rides down!


  • Article number: 332480
  • Material Specification: 450D polyester, 600D polyester
  • Weight: 920 g
  • Length (cm): 31 cm
  • Width (cm): 16 cm
  • Height (cm): 63 cm
  • Volume (l): 30 liter
  • Backpack Features:
    • Chest strap
    • External pockets
    • Snowboard carry
    • Hydration system compatible
    • Padded construction
    • Helmet carry
    • Waist strap
    • Internal organisation
  • Touring backpack by Ortovox
  • Back length: regular
  • Abdomen circumference: 85 - 160 cm
  • 6 compartments
  • Access to main compartment: front and back
  • Safety equipment attachement 
  • A-Skifix and D-Skifix
  • Snowboard- and snowshoe attachement 
  • Ice axe and hiking pole loops 
  • Chest strap with signal whistle
  • Hip pocket
  • Bright Inside
  • Emergency Card 

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About Ortovox

Ortovox came to life with the invention of the first double frequency transceiver to aid in avalanche victim searches. With their passion for keeping skiers and snowboarders safe, Ortovox has 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!