The TÜV-certified Scott Backcountry Patrol E1 22 Backpack is the smallest version out of the Patrol E1 electronic avalanche airbag family and is ideal for downhill freeriding or heli-skiing trips.
The Scott Backcountry Patrol E1 22 Backpack does not compromise on features and offers all of the same features as thePatrol E130 litre pack, from dedicated safety compartments to ski mounting, this offers everything you need for ascending or descending the mountain.
Scott Backcountry Patrol E1 22 Backpack Outside (Exterior):
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.
Stow Away Ice Axe/Pole Fixation Versatile
Daisy chain loops
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.
Alpride E1 System Compatability
The E1 system is the lightest electrical system on the market. The entire E1 system weighs just 1,280 g, barely 150 g heavier than the 2.0 airbag system, making it without a doubt the lightest electrical airbag available on the market.
Designed for downhill freeriding and small day tours, the Scott Patrol E1 22 Backpack comes with all of the features you need for long days off-piste. This Lightweight and compact airbag system allow you to get on and off lifts without having to remove the pack.
With no canisters or hassle of having to refill your canisters, you will be able to travel to your favourite resort hassle-free.
The Scott backcountry Patrol E1 22 Backpack offers a snug lightweight fit, made of durable and robust material this avy pack should not snag or rip when calving through the trees. Economically designed hip belts and shoulder straps help with weight distribution and carry a comfortable load.
A dedicated leg loop has been attached to this pack in order to stop your pack from rising or coming off in the case of an avalanche.
When descending the mountain you can mount your skis and Ski Helmet in two different positions for ease of use.
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.