Q:

Transpack TRV Pro Boot Bag

One of the hardest parts of leaving the mountain is stowing a pair of soggy boots for the airplane. What’s the best option?

Dec 19, 2012
Outside
Outside Magazine
Transpack TRV Pro outside gear guy bob parks winter boot bags

Transpack TRV Pro    Photo:Courtesy of Transpack

A:

The most sophisticated bag on the market for hauling your boots along with a majority of the rest of your gear, the Transpack is sadly too big as a carry-on. But the capacity is made possible by a triangular design with well-drained compartments to the left and right for boots and a water-resistant sealed center compartment in the middle for helmet and accessories. So the dry stays dry as the wet airs out. You haul it thanks to backpack straps, along with a chest and waist straps. Six color options. ($119)

VOLUME: 54 liters
WEIGHT:
3.7 pounds
CONSTRUCTION
: Water resistant 1,680-denier nylon
DIMENSION:
53 linear inches

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