WIN A SCOTT PATROL E1 30 AVALANCHE AIRBAG, WORTH £800

Drop safely into winter with this high-tech, lightweight electronic airbag from Scott!

We want you to elevate your safety this winter, so we’re giving away the ultimate avalanche pack – the super-high-tech Scott Patrol E1 30 kit featuring the electrical Alpride E1 system– worth a massive £800.

One of the lightest airbags on the market, the total Patrol E1 30 kit (airbag system and backpack) weighs in at just 2670g, making it ideal for lift-accessed freeriding and hike and ride adventures in the backcountry.

The Patrol E1 30 backpack kit is packed full of freeride goodness including TÜV-certification, diagonal and A-frame ski carry, separate avy tools pocket, but our fave feature of all is the Back to the Future-esque E1 supercapacitor technology which powers the bag.

The advantages of using supercapacitors over batteries is that they release power faster, last longer, work better in low temperatures – and, let’s be honest, they just sound way cooler.

The electronic nature of the Patrol E1 30 also means you’ll no longer have the yawn-making hassle of dealing with canisters and airbag restrictions when flying, meaning you can land in Alaska, Cham, Jackson or Niseko in the evening and be ready to shred the goodies in the morning (having off-set your carbon footprint, of course).

Furthermore, electronic airbags are really easy to recharge so you can practice deploying them over and over again, which really helps build muscle memory and instinctive reactions in an emergency situation.

3-2-1, dropping…

 

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