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?

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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
3.7 pounds
: Water resistant 1,680-denier nylon
53 linear inches

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