Patrol 35

Patrol 35 is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 2.
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SKU: WF17 EX Patrol 35
Black Emboss
$279.00
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Our fully-dialed ski pack for bold backcountry missions.

Whether a seasoned ski patroller, avy forecaster, or hardcore backcountry shredder, our PATROL 35 is built for folks who put in long days in the skin track and don't want to skimp on organization or long haul carrying comfort. The 35 incorporates our latest fabrications and design epiphanies. Offering either diagonal or A-frame ski carry options, it has a quick access avy pocket to organize your shovel, probe, snow saw, and related safety kit.

  • This frame system has composit frame stays and high-density foam frame sheet that supports dynamic movement.
  • Features a Redirect waist belt system that secures in a natural, forward pull direction that requires less effort to tighten.
  • The patented Futura Yoke easily micro adjusts to the torso length allowing the proper amount of stand-off between the back and frame.
  • Dual entry: Main top-loading compartment keeps snow out and additional body panel zip access to main bag for easy, on-the-fly access when skis are attached
  • Rip-Zip back panel allows easy, snow-free access the main packsack when skis/board are attached
  • Compression molded back panel and laminated stretch woven waist belt & yoke fend off snow
  • Ample capacity for longer days and/or hut tours
  • Both A-frame & diagonal ski carry options
  • Front stick-it for additional gear or awkward loads on the exterior of the pack
  • Streamlined, easy-access front avy pocket for rapid deployment of safety/rescue gear
  • Fully featured lid pocket – with main top-access accessory compartment and additional zippered goggle pocket
  • Fully contoured and cushioned waist belt has zippered access pockets for easy access to small items
  • Hydration reservoir compatible
  • 330D CORDURA® lite Plus fabric for lightweight durability
  • Beefy 500D nylon, PU coated fabric on pack face to deflect sharp ski edges
  • YKK® zippers
NameUPC Code
WF17 EX Patrol 35 : WF17 EX Patrol 35-Black Emboss-L888564165652
WF17 EX Patrol 35 : WF17 EX Patrol 35-Black Emboss-M888564165645
WF17 EX Patrol 35 : WF17 EX Patrol 35-Black Emboss-S888564165638
WF17 EX Patrol 35 : WF17 EX Patrol 35-Black Emboss-XL888564165669
CAGE Code:3HXV1
DUNS Number:059122783
weight
4.8 lbs
volume
2136 cu-in
dimensions
29"x13"x11"
harnessing style
Framed
Rated 3 out of 5 by from A lot of improvement needed - not practicalFor what the name indicates (Patrol), I would not recommend. For recreational? I still would not recommend. There are better designed, much more practical ski packs.The two things you should consider: 1.) will this be your primary work pack? If so, I'd recommend to not buy this pack (5 of 5 Pros that I know so far would not recommend) 2.) you SHOULD buy this pack IF you will primarily be using it for the purpose of carrying more than avg weight for long durations, and not plan on taking it on/off a lot. For the occasional overnighter (or two), this would be an awesome (and relatively expensive) pack.Pros: carries weight very well, high quality materialCons: 1. The brain sags no matter what you do, and leaves the top access filled with snow constantly (you have to warranty it and get it sewed on). All of us have this problem with the exception of one who had his sent back in and sewed on; 2. not practical at all for taking on and off multiple times a day like Patrollers do. Also, very awkward on a full chair. The pack demands too much space due to the bulky waist and shoulder system. 3. Accessing gear is generally too much of a process for pros. Avy gear pocket is okay with some shoving of the probe. Helmet stash is pretty poor and basically serves little purpose to the pack. Back access requires a 3-step process (unbuckle two shoulder buckles, unvelcro a large strap, THEN unzip both sides...then do it all in reverse to secure it back up. I would say it's not ideal in high alpine terrain with quick changing variable winds and weather.Their other gear is solid, but they're lacking on a practical ski pack above 30L so far.
Date published: 2019-02-14
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Needs improvementI generally agree with the above reviews 2 major complaints 1) the brain (sack on top) sags and doesn't really work right. Even with some tinkering it doesn't quite work. 2) The back access takes too long and too many steps to get in an out of the back. are you providing a solution to the brain not working?
Date published: 2019-04-13
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