DAKINE Heli Pro II 28L Snowboard Backpack Review – Tactics.com

DAKINE Heli Pro II 28L Snowboard Backpack available now at Tactics:

The Dakine Heli Pro II is the ultimate snow backpack. With a whopping 28L internal volume, plus external ski, snowboard, helmet, and shovel carry straps, you’ll be ready for everything the back country can throw at you. It also features an insulated hydro sleeve, ice pick sleeve, fleece lined goggle pocket, rescue whistle, and a premium padded waist belt for comfort and security. Be prepared and do it all with this epic back country backpack.

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Harrison Webb says:

Hey have you tested out the S9 x MEGGS Kiss of Death? Maybe a review?

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Trygve Veslum says:

The only access to main compartment is actually through the rear access which is a little pain, since its hard to compress the items you put in. I think it would be better if they included a top access for the main compartment in addition.

The front compartment is not the main compartment after my understanding. More of a shovel+probe compartment.

Apart from this I think its a good backpack based on 3-4 trips use.

Pedro Gonçalves says:

Don’t know if anyone can help me about this, but here goes..
Im looking at dakine backpacks for a multitude of reasons, but i want to be able to use my backpack on my daily commute to the office.

Is it possible to hide / tuck away the waist belt? (dont have a real use for it daily, only when out boarding somewhere)

Im looking for a backpack for gym stuff, laptop, some files and snacks. Maybe theres a better one you may think of?

Basicly i go out at 07h to the office or gym, then college and then home at midnight. – thats why all the gear and stuff.

HardwareAddiction says:

Thinking between this and Nitro’s Slash 25. Honestly, the Slash looks better, has much more back support with adjustment, has massive buckle straps, waterproof zippers etc’. Really seems like the better deal tbh.

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