The Supercap 33 backpack with your E1 system inside is an excellent match in between the SuperCap30 and the SuperCap40.
Loaded with all the features borrowed from his bigger brother, the SuperCap 33 offers a two ski-carrying systems as well as carrying options for snowboard, snowshoes, ice axes, ropes and helmets.
The Dyneema and N210 fabrics make it a remarkably robust and resistant backpack ready to join your adventures.
Housing the unique Alpride E1 Supercapacitor Airbag technology the system solves the battery-related limitations and can be recharged over 500’000 times in its life span. The Alpride E1 System performs in temperatures from -30 to +50 degrees.
The Supercap 33 is the go-to avalanche airbag for short backcountry day tours, The pack houses multiple ski carrying methods, snowboard carry, safety tools and more. This durable pack allows you to comfortably move your kit around with ease.
The Supercap 33 houses a comfortable back protecting foam which offers a high wear comfort when twisting and turning in the backcountry. The durable hip belt shoulder straps correspond with each other to distribute the weight of your equipment.
Alpride SuperCap 33 Backpack:
Alpride SuperCap 33 Backpack Inside (Interior):
Access to the Main compartment via the front, here you will be able to store your spare layers, gadgets and more.
Dedicated Avalanche Rescue Tool Compartment for your shovel and probe and any other avy essentials you have
SOS label with emergency instructions
Inside map pocket with key holder
Alpride SuperCap 33 Backpack Outside (Exterior):
Padded Back protection Foam
Optional A-Frame or D-Ski Fix offers plenty of wear comfort.
Front Snowboard and Snowshoe Fixation
Side compression straps will help you control the bulk load of your avy pack.
Ice Axe/Pole Fixation
Light hip belt with safety leg loop, this will stop your avalanche airbag from rising in the case of an emergency and will allow for a body-hugging fit.
Sternum strap offers an emergency signal whistle to attract attention in the case of an avalanche.
To determine your back length, use a tape measure to measure yourself from the top of your hip bone to the very top of your back just before the neck.