The Ortovox Haute Route 32 has been around for nearly as long as ski touring history goes. The classic pack comes with maximum wear comfort and efficiency which make it the ideal pack for full-day tours in the backcountry. Eight safety compartments have been integrated throughout the bag in order to store all your valuables and avalanche essentials safely.
Ortovox Haute Route 32 Inside (Interior):
The Ortovox Haute Route 32 pack has the O-flex back system allows you to distribute the weight between the hips and shoulders.
Eight safety compartments allow you to store all the right essentials for ski touring. spare layers, goggles, shovel and probe can be stored in separate compartments.
Immediate access to the main compartment from the back of the pack
Hydration system compatible
The standard for Ortovox, an Emergency Card has been added to the features so when an avalanche occurs it makes it easy to extract information of the victim.
The Haute Route 32 pack carries skis securely in both A-Skifix and D-Skifix fashion and both fastening systems are easy to use.
Large Hip Belt allow maximum wear comfort when skiing through backcountry terrain, also includes hip belt pockets for smaller valuables
This backpack has storage capacity of 32 Liters and sports a Wide Back Panel Zip Pocket which makes retrieving and storing your equipment a breeze, even with skis attached.
It also includes a Helmet Carry System and a Hip Belt pocket for extra storage space.
The pack's Large Zippers are easy to grab onto, even whilst wearing thick gloves.
Crampon and Ice Axe Fastening, a fixed Helmet Net, and External Rope Fastening.
The Ortovox Haute Route 32 backpack isn’t large enough for a weeklong tour but it will certainly help you train by carrying all the gear you need for full-day tours in the backcountry.
The Haute route Route 32 comes with a redesigned O-Flex back system. this system distributes the weight of the pack evenly in a tried and tested way to ensure maximum comfort. This pack will move with you when you skin up, boot pack or drop-down chutes.
Nylon 420D Robic
Nylon 100D Robic Ripstop
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. Use the size guide image in the image gallery to calculate your size.
Safety Compartment: Access to the compartment is marked with the red zipper pullers. Probe and Shaft receiver are marked with icons. Fasten the shovel with the sharp edge up, on the front of the backpack.
Chest Strap with Signal Whistle: Quickly draw attention in emergency situations.
Hip Pocket: Hip Pocket allows you to store small accessories such as mobile phones, keys.
Helmet Net: The helmet net can be found in the foremost compartment. Hook the helmet net hooks onto the small loops near the ice axe fixation and on the slot compartment, these are also indicated by small icons.
Water-Resistant Zippers: repelling moisture for secure and dry contents.
Bright Inside: Light Colours inside make it easier to find your avalanche safety equipment.
Hydration System Compatible: Push drink bladder of any model into the slot on the carry system interior and secure with a strap and flat-front buckle.
Emergency Card: Quick access to emergency details if stuck in an avalanche situation.
Access To Main Compartment (Front): Quick access to emergency equipment / Accessories through the front.
Access To Main Compartment (Back Panel Loader): Quick access to emergency equipment / Accessories through the Back panel Loader.
Safety Equipment Attachment: Shovel and probes can be attached to the front of your backpack for quicker access, this will leave more room for spare layers, accessories.
O-Flex Frame Back System: Two horizontal aluminium struts inside and padding can be bent for maximum individual adjustment. Perfect access to your gear in snowy condition.
A-Skifix: Classic Side Ski Fastener using the compression straps.
D-Skifix: Push the ski through the large loop hidden in the slot compartment, this is indicated with a small icon. you can then secure the skips with the straps hidden in the left shoulder strap. Snowboard and Snowshoe Attachment: Use the two separate straps (located in the middle compartment) and fix them at the male buckle parts of the lateral compression straps.
Rope Attachment: Use fixation strap (located in the middle compartment) and fit two half-moon hooks through the loops (one is hidden in the little top compartment) on the upper side of the pack. Open buckle, catch the loop above middle compartment, close the buckle again and tighten the strap.
Crampon Fastening: Fix the crampon by fitting the two additional straps (located in the middle compartment) through the small slots at the front.
Gear Loops: Ice axe, hiking poles and your shovel can be attached to the front to save more room in the pack.
Map Compartment: Special compartment stores your map for quick access when out in the backcountry.
Key Holder: Smallholder allows you to store keys so they don’t rattle around in your pack.