Compatible with your ABS Vario Base Unit, the ABS 32 Vario Zip-On pack provides32-liters of storage and the full complement of Vario Zip-On features that make for user-friendly travel in the backcountry. Thanks to it's top-loading design, this Zip-On pack maintains a slim vertical profile while ensuring easy access to your gear even in deep, fresh snow. Heavyweight ballistic nylon construction with sealed seams provides serious weather protection and a lid pocket carries small accessories and snacks for easy access while ascending. An ice axe strap is convenient for mixed ascents and steep terrain while daisy chain loops are available for attaching additional gear.With both diagonal and sideski carry systems, a snowboard carry system, hydration system compatibility, and a dedicated emergency compartment for rapid access to your probe and shovel, the ABS 32 Vario Zip-On knows how to meet the needs of serious backcountry adventurers. Compatible withABS Vario Base Unit (required, not included) 32-liter storage capacity for all-day backcountry touring Diagonal and side ski carry systems keep skis closer to the body for improved weight distribution Vertical snowboard carry straps double as compression straps Removable external helmet net secures your lid during the ascent Please read the ABS Information Pagebefore purchasing Please note: This is not a complete airbag system nor is it a standalone backpack. An ABS Vario Base Unit is required for proper function. This equipment is generally intended for use in unpatrolled backcountry or sidecountry terrain, which involves inherent risks over and above those encountered while alpine skiing within the bounds of a normal ski resort. Buying this equipment does not guarantee your safety. Jans and White Pine Touring cannot be responsible for any injuries, damages, or loss of equipment. It is strongly and highly recommended that all parties traveling outside of managed resort areas have knowledge of current avalanche conditions and are proficient in avalanche rescue. Current avalanche conditions can be found at the Utah Avalanche Center. Please visit the avalanche section of this site for more information on avalanche education and rescue training.