Max’s Product Spotlight: Transpack Makes it Easy to Travel

The PSIA-AASI Accessories Catalog has shipped, Colorado’s Arapahoe Basin will open Friday, and the 2017-18 ski and snowboard season is knocking on the door. In this week’s Product Spotlight, it’s time to focus on Transpack, a company that makes it easy to get your gear to the hill. 

Transpack prides itself on making bags out of the most durable ballistic nylon, with innovative designs that make your traveling less of a hassle and more fun. And now, PSIA-AASI offers even more quality Transpack products from which to choose.

Heated Boot Bag Pro XL
Warm and dry your ski or snowboard boots and gear on the go in your car or at home. This bag’s 12-volt and 110-volt plugs give you both options, with three heat settings for desired temperature. Zippered mesh side panels allow moisture to evaporate, the side-hinged door affords easy access, and the external helmet pocket accommodates any skid lid.

TRV Pro Boot Bag
This uniquely shaped bag feature’s Transpack’s proprietary Isosceles Storage System, with two zippered side pockets for boots and a roomy central compartment for a helmet and any other gear you want to stow. A front-facing vertical zipper provides extra access to a large central compartment, and the adjustable sternum and waist straps aid load stability.

Shop for these quality products and many more Accessories Catalog offerings, all at PSIA-AASI member-specific pricing, right here.

Max Felix, currently in his tenth year as the merchandise coordinator/warehouse manager for PSIA-AASI, takes pride in selecting and providing the best available accessories for PSIA-AASI membership. He's been actively involved in retail/e-commerce ski and snowboard companies for 20 years. “My passion is providing members with what they want and what they need, so that everybody can have the same life-shaping experiences that I have had in the mountains!” Felix said.

 - Max Felix

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