Demanding alpinists want to be out in the mountains no matter the weather, which is why the PEAK DRY 40 for high alpine summits and exciting multi-day tours is completely weatherproof.
With a packing volume of 40 liters, the PEAK DRY 40 provides sufficient space for multi-day high alpine tours - without compromising on comfort. A Full Contact Light back system with stabilizer provides a comfortable fit and great control even with heavier loads, while the hip belt will optimally distribute the heaviest of weights. This high alpine touring backpack will keep everything dry thanks to the high-frequency welding that makes all the seams waterproof. A circumferential, waterproof zipper provides easy access to the main compartment from the front. In the interests of the environment, the PEAK DRY 40 is also especially environmentally friendly, as it has no DWR coating and is thus PFC free.
Helmet net, material loops, load control cords and rope and ice-axe fastenings make the PEAK DRY 40 optimally equipped for alpine use. Most importantly, all the features will function in any weather because the fastening options are not obstructed by a rain cover. For those who wish to reduce weight on their way to the summit: the hip belt, ice axe holder and lid compartment can be removed completely.
The PEAK DRY 40 is thus a reliable companion for demanding alpinists who value their independence in the mountains. Small items that need to be accessed quickly can be stored in the hip pocket or in the map compartment.
The success story of ORTOVOX began in 1980 with the launching of the device for avalanche victims search F2, quite revolutionary at the time. ORTOVOX is today at the forefront of the development and the market leader on avalanche safety equipment. Thanks to its extraordinary designs, the backpack division has grown significantly in recent years but it is the area of technical clothing that has the strongest improvement. The brand offers a unique concept of clothing on the market of the outdoor by relying on the use of Merino wool at all levels of the layer system.