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Dakine Baker 16L Snow Backpack


RRP: £79.98
Price: £78.00
Sale: £58.50
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One Size
Chris Benchetler
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Dispatched from and sold by Kates Skates.
  • Designed for light duty around the resort and day trips beyond, Chris Benchetler's model of choice, the Baker
  • Vertical snowboard carry, Retractable cable ski carry
  • Case Pack Quantity: 1
  • 4 8100625-Benchetler
  • Snow tool/shovel pocket, Insulated hydro sleeve
  • Fleece lined goggle pocket, Padded waist belt
  • Integrated rescue whistle/sternum strap
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Introducing the Dakine Baker 16L Snow Backpack from Dakine.

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Amazon.com: 2 reviews
4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
10/10, purpose built though.... 12 Oct 2013
By samwise - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Very comfortable, caries a lot of weight easily - has a long slim profile which is great for books - the board straps hold on really tight (41'' longboard)
And they are great for jackets / hoodies
Just roll them up and cinch them on
No bottle pocket but its a board pack not a school bag
Huge goggle pocket is nice -
The camel back comes out of the left shoulder strap on your chest which is pretty neat, has its own zippered sleeve,
Which is also good for stashing cash and headphones - little stuff that you don't want to sling the bag off to access -
The padded waist strap is a solid 10/10,
The straps are a bit long when it's cinched down but it's designed for a large parka not my 30" waist....
Over all I give it 5 stars,
It's a purpose built bag so some things can't be faulted like the lack of pen clips inside or the lack of bottle pockets -
Like asking for 44's on a porche....
Great for Skiing 11 April 2014
By J. Alex Kirkpatrick - Published on Amazon.com
Colour Name: hoodSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
I got this backpack because I was wearing out the shoulder of my jacket from carrying my skis on my shoulder during short inbound hikes. So far I have used it for roughly 15 hikes ranging from 5 to 30 minutes. It has worked great for all of them and I wouldn't hesitate to use it on longer hikes.

I have really enjoyed having the pack with me even when I am not hiking. I can fill it a little over halfway full and comfortably leave it on my back while sitting on the lift. This involves 1.5 liters of water in soft sided water bottles, several granola bars and fruit snacks, extra gloves, face mask, sunscreen, sunglasses in a case and a GoPro. I think the pack is the perfect size for in bounds skiing. The only thing that I can't get in while being able to sit comfortably on the lift is a spare pair of goggles in a goggle case. They would fit in in the goggle pocket and I might stick them in there one day if I really think I will need them, but I am very paranoid about any damage to them and prefer to leave them in a case. This issue really isn't a fault of the pack, although if the goggle pocket were large enough to fit the Dakine goggle case then I think I could carry them because they would sit above the back rest on the chair lift.

I only have three minor complaints about the pack:
- I wish that there was one or two more little pockets on the bag to help keep small things like granola bars and chap stick easy to get to.
- The little loops that hold the ends of the hip strap out of the way are worthless as they come. They can slide up and down the length of the strap, so they always slide to the center next to the buckle which defeats the purpose because it lets tail of the straps flap around. I plan to put a single stitch in each of them to hold them in a reasonable location along the strap.
- The excess strap on the chest strap is long enough that it can fly up and hit me in the face unless I have it carefully tucked in. I haven't come up with a good solution for this yet, but I might just sew the end back onto the strap, I can't see that I would ever need it to be it's full length.
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