Ortovox Traverse 30
- Pocket with integrated helmet net
- Equipment loops on the shoulder straps
- Chest strap with signal whistle
- Hiking pole fastening
- Helmet net
- Compression strap
- Bottle holder
- Hydration system compatible
- Side ski fastening
- Emergency Card
- incl. rain cover
- Key holder
A well-ventilated back system and good load distribution are especially essential in a backpack. Thanks to the ribbed, webbed material and perforated foam in the back pads, the Comfort Contact back system provides excellent air circulation and improved comfort. Ergonomically shaped shoulder straps and a broad hip belt distribute weight evenly across the body.
Even when it comes to technical features, the TRAVERSE 30 has plenty to offer: its main compartment has several sections with enough room for your equipment, while smaller objects can be quickly stowed away in the slot compartment on the front. Your drink bottles will always be close at hand in the elastic side pockets. An integrated helmet net, hiking pole fastening, and stowable material loops at the end of the shoulder straps make the TRAVERSE 30 the optimal companion for alpine terrain. Additional features such as hydration system compatibility, rain cover, hip pocket and holders for items such as sunglasses on the shoulder strap round off this versatile backpack. In the interests of sustainability, 72% of the outer material is now made of recycled polyamide, making the TRAVERSE 30 extremely robust, with the smallest possible ecological footprint. The TRAVERSE 30 is thus the perfect companion for mountain adventures in summer and winter.
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