The PEAK 35 backpack is optimised for high alpine activities such as ski mountaineering or touring.
This top-loader backpack is very robust thanks to the use of the extremely tear and abrasion resistant material Nylon 420D Manstar. The broad, padded shoulder and hip straps distribute the weight of the load evenly between the shoulders and hips, ensuring a high level of wear comfort. A circumferential front zipper enables direct access to the main compartment. The PEAK 35 also is highly specified, with a separate safety compartment for your avalanche equipment, attachment options including gear loops for rope, ice axe and crampons, as well as a separate map compartment, key holder and hip pocket. The PEAK 35 is hydration system compatible and includes images of Alpine emergency signals. The backpack allows ski fixation in either a D- or A- orientation and is supplied complete with a helmet net and the Ortovox Emergency card, which is designed to aid first responders in the event of an accident.
PREMIUM BACK SYSTEM: SWISSWOOL FULL CONTACT. What makes this backpack so special is the back system made from pressed Swiss wool. Mountaineers benefit from the wool’s unique moisture and microclimate management, making it feel comfortable and dry on the back. Thanks to the wool, the back of the backpack can absorb almost 30 times more moisture than a comparable back made from foam, while also being about 7% more breathable. A further advantage of wool is that the surface of the back system dries faster. The full contact back fits closely to the body and offers optimum weight distribution. The back design incorporates two aluminum struts that offer high stability and guarantee great comfort, even when the backpack is heavily loaded.
SIZING: This is a Regular sized backpack, see below for information on how to check whether this is the correct size for you. The PEAK 32S is the equivalent for those with longer backs (scroll down for further size information).
Key features of Ortovox Peak Series rucksacks at a glance (product illustrated is Peak 45):