When the backcountry gates beckon, the Dakine Poacher 22 offers enough space for your shovel, probe, skins and a spare layer. A contoured, low-profile fit carries close for aggressive riding and easy wearing on the lift.
There's an insulated sleeve in the shoulder strap for your hydration setup and back panel entry for easy access to your gear. It'll carry a board or skis with equal ease for when the boot pack calls.
Dakine Poacher 22 Inside (Interior):
The Dakine Poacher 22 offers 2 main compartments to store your avy tools, lightweight layers and gadgets.
Fleeced lined pocket for goggles, sunglasses and small valuables.
Insulated Drinking Tube Guides and Hydration System Compatible
This pack is Impact Spine Protector Compatible
Dakine Poacher 22 Outside (Exterior):
The Dakine Tuck-away D-Skifix carry method will allow you to carry your skis diagonally across the pack
Vertical snowboard carry is implemented to the front of your backpack
The rescue whistle on the sternum strap will allow you to draw attention in emergency situations
Front helmet attachment loops
The Dakine Poacher 22 is a great backpack for those looking for a pack that carries close for aggressive riding and easy wearing on the lift.
If you're looking for a pack that is ideal for small day tours, downhill freeriding and out the gate trips, we highly recommend the TerraWest Core 22L Backpack. This pack is Recco installed and offers more storage for your avy equipment.
The Dakine Poacher 22 offers a contoured, low-profile fit with enough space to store your avy equipment.
If you're looking for a smaller, lightweight version of this pack, the Dakine Poacher 14L is the pack for you.
Two-way radio handset or insulated hydration compatible
Snow tool/shovel pocket
Quickdraw ice axe loop
Side & hipbelt pockets
Snow shedding moulded back panel & padded hipbelt
Rescue whistle on sternum strap
Dakine Poacher 22 Care Instructions:
If your Dakine bag gets dirty, we recommend hand washing with mild soap (like Nikwax Tech Wash), cold water and a soft-bristle brush. If hand washing is not going to do the trick, use a front loader washing machine. To ensure your backpack doesn't get tangled, place inside a pillowcase or mesh bag before washing. Always use cold water, mild soap and run on a gentle cycle. Never bleach your pack. Hang to dry in a warm but shady place, ensuring both inside and out are dry before storing.