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When you are one with your backcountry pack in fit and function it is a game changer. You move faster and conserve energy to ride stronger when your food and water are close at hand and your gear is locked down tight. We live and breathe backcountry snowboarding so we design our packs to be perfect for what we do. Jones packs are built to feel like a natural extension of your body as you move through the mountains.

New for 2019 we are proud to debut the DSCNT Pack Series. The DSCNT packs were designed for riding and touring in dynamic technical terrain. The packs come in three different volume sizes - 19L, 25L and 32L, plus a 32L avy airbag model. Each model is purpose built to include all the features you need for efficient backcountry travel contained in a modern shape that distributes weight evenly over your entire torso to keep your center of gravity tight.

The fully featured DSCNT 32L is the ultimate technical splitboard pack.

The new DSCNT 32L is designed for long tours and technical objectives that demand you carry the full kit. The main compartment will easily swallow crampons, food, water and layers with separate accessory pockets and sleeves to organize your avy tools, skins, goggles, helmet, camera and keys.

With his gear locked down tight, Jeremy Jones heads for the summit carrying the DSCNT 32L.

When it comes time to bootpack, vertical board carry straps plus side ski-carry straps allow multiple options for carrying your board and a back panel zipper to the main pocket provides access to your gear even with the board attached.

If you frequently tour in avalanche prone terrain, check out the DSCNT 32L RAS. This version has all the features of the DSCNT 32L, plus the pockets that hold the MAMMUT Removable Airbag 3.0 system.

The Removable Airbag 3.0 system allows you to use the pack with or without the airbag installed. The RAS 3.0 system has two canister options. The canister available in Europe (shown here) is smaller, but it is not refillable. It can only be used one time. The canister available in North America is bigger, but it is refillable at select mountaineering and dive shops worldwide. The refillable canister allows you to deploy the bag before a plane trip and then refill the canister at your destination. Removable Airbag 3.0 system and canister sold separately by MAMMUT.

When it comes time to bootpack, tuck-away vertical board carry straps plus side ski-carry straps allow multiple options for carrying your board on the DSCNT 25L.

The DSCNT 25L is a mid-size touring pack designed to hold everything you need for a basic backcountry mission. The highlight features include a main pocket with dual internal accessory pockets and a hydration sleeve, a dedicated avy tools pocket, a fleece lined goggle pocket, dual hip pockets, a stow-able front panel helmet holder, a thermo molded back panel, reflective strap accents and a removable safety whistle.

The DSCNT 25L has a mid-size torso that’s a perfect fit for female freeriders.

The DSCNT 25L, 32L and 32L RAS feature a dedicated avalanche tools pocket with a rescue information panel.

Looking for a crossover shred/school bag? The board straps and hip belt on the DSCNT 19L can be tucked away for a less “strappy” appearance off the slopes.

The DSCNT 19L pack is a sleek sidecountry and quick tour pack that’s the perfect size for the bare essentials - avy tools, water, snacks and a layer. The pack’s compact profile is designed to keep your center of gravity tight on the way down and your board locked to your back when you hit the bootpack. The DSCNT 19L’s highlight features include a main pocket with an internal accessory pocket and avy tool sleeves, a fleece lined goggle pocket, a stow-able front panel helmet holder, a thermo molded back panel, a hydration sleeve, reflective strap accents and a removable safety whistle.

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