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The Arsenal saw system from BCA includes a 29 cm snow/wood saw that is stowed inside the shovel grip. Once the saw is deployed, the shovel remains fully assembled and functional: the shaft does not have to be removed from the blade and the grip is still...
Stack the odds in your favor by using the Backcountry Access 10x magnifying loupe to study snow crystals.
The Backcountry Access Collapsible 2-Meter ruler comes in handy when digging snow pits and analyzing temperature gradients in the snowpack.
The Backcountry Access Aluminum Crystal card helps you identify snow grain types while also providing additional information to help you travel safely in the backcountry.
When traveling in the backcountry, use the Backcountry Access Analog snow thermometer to check the snow temperature to assess snow stability.
The Backcountry Access B-1 EXT Bomber avalanche shovel includes an extendable handle that brings the overall length to 28.75 in. for fast and efficient digging.
Optimized for winter use, the Backcountry Access BC Link Group Communication system lets you stay in constant contact with your riding partners while exploring the backcountry.
Log your important snowpack observations and data in the Backcountry Access Field book.
A lightweight airbag pack for slam-dunk, close-in backcountry riding, the Backcountry Access Float 17 Speed airbag pack adds an edge of avalanche protection while hauling your gear in comfort.
Adding an edge of protection when you're touring out-of-bounds, the full-size Backcountry Access Float 27 Speed airbag pack also lightweight performance and plenty of space for hauling your gear.
The refillable Backcountry Access Float compressed-air cylinder is the power and driving force behind the Float Airbag system that helps keep you at or near the snow's surface during an avalanche.
This Backcountry Float compressed air cylinder works with Float Avalanche Airbag packs to rapidly inflate the airbag and help keep you at or near the snow's surface during an avalanche.
The Backcountry Access Float snowboard carry system attaches to the back panel of any Float back, creating a comfortable and convenient way to carry a snowboard horizontally.
The BCA avalanche rescue shovel line boasts a strength-to-weight ratio that's off the charts, while taking up minimal storage space in your pack. It also converts to a hoe for digging out snowmobiles.
Consider the Backcountry Access slope meter an essential on ski trips. Knowing the angle of the slope you're on can help keep you out of avalanche terrain.
Heading into the backcountry? Use the Backcountry Access snow saw to cut columns and make Rutschblocks as part of your snowpack analysis.