More volume for long ski excursions
Versatile, technical and comfortable ski touring backpack for big multi-day tours
The HAUTE ROUTE has been around almost since the birth of ski touring. That’s reason enough for a new addition to this tried-and-tested line: With its large volume, our new HAUTE ROUTE 38 is perfect for ski excursions lasting several days and specially designed for the female anatomy.
With its shorter back system and the hip and shoulder straps adapted to the female build, our HAUTE ROUTE 38 S is the ideal tour backpack for women. The backpack sits perfectly thanks to the load control cords, while the O-Flex back system distributes weight evenly between the hips and the shoulders, ensuring optimum wear comfort even with heavy loads. The HAUTE ROUTE 38 S is also suitable for men with shorter backs.
Unlike the smaller models, the main compartment of the HAUTE ROUTE 38 can be accessed from both the top and the back, so that important items are always close at hand. The separate safety compartment guarantees immediate access to emergency equipment. Thanks to the rope attachment on the lid, you can pack and unpack your rope without having to open the backpack.
Even this largest version of our HAUTE ROUTE S line of backpacks is now very abrasion resistant thanks to the use of Cordura® and double-layered 420D Manstar polyamide. What’s more, the PU coating on all the materials makes it water resistant.
The A and D-skifix options on the HAUTE ROUTE 38 S allow for both classic and diagonal ski attachments, and the other carefully considered fixtures are equally impressive: In addition to the crampon fastening, ice axe and hiking pole fastening and fixed helmet net, there are also fasteners for a snowboard, for example. A practical map compartment and key holder complete this roomy ski touring backpack.
Thanks to its numerous clever details, high volume and adaptations specifically for the female anatomy, the HAUTE ROUTE 38 S for women is the best companion for long ski excursions, even in the most remote corners of the Alps.