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Haglofs Rand 28

posted Mar 6, 2012, 12:44 PM by Italo Balestra   [ updated May 5, 2012, 1:20 AM by Italo Balestra ]
It looks veery much like a traditional backpack to which a ski/snowboard-carrying system has been simply attached. However, it works pretty well, it is practical, tough enough, and sufficiently large. Personally, I don't like the traditional "backpack shape" and the traditional top closure, but everything is made so well that I have to leave my preconception behind. Materials are of very high quality. The care for the details and the good design and project are the big pros. The Rand offers also a number of possibilities to fix various pieces of equipment on the outside (e.g. crampons, snowshoes, jacket, etc.). It is also available in two larger sizes, 38l and 48l, better suited to long expeditions.