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post #11 of 14 (permalink) Old 02-10-2011, 04:03 PM Thread Starter
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Ive got 2 of the Dakine heli packs. 1 setup for day trips on the splitboard and one for carrying my SLR camera with the necessary goodies for both so I dont even need to swap stuff out. I really like that pack for the price.
I like that it's low profile. Perfect for my needs.
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Ive got 2 of the Dakine heli packs. 1 setup for day trips on the splitboard and one for carrying my SLR camera with the necessary goodies for both so I dont even need to swap stuff out. I really like that pack for the price.
Hey bud,

have you taken any falls with your SLR camera in the pack?(is it a DSLR or SLR; the latter were made much more rigid).


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i have the dakine mission bag. It is perfect to bring my extra gear to the mountain (as i don't need much compared to when i skied) it has a board carry so make everything easier.
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