Of all the safety equipment you should have with you on your outdoor adventures, avalanche transceivers and snowmobile digital avalanche beacons may be the most important. Shovels and other elements of avalanche safety packs are important as well, but avalanche safety beacons offer you the hope of rescue during the most crucial of times. If you happen to get buried in an avalanche, you want to be sure to have this proven piece of technology on your body. This is one piece of equipment that you know you need to have and hope never to use.
Regular Price: US $389.95US $389.95
The PIEPS Micro is the smallest and lightest three-antenna beacon on the market. Featuring patented sensor technology and wireless device management, it offers the performance you expect from a PIEPS avalanche transceiver and next-generation technology to improve ease of use.
Regular Price: US $419.95US $419.95
Regular Price: US $289.95US $289.95
Regular Price: US $149.95US $149.95
Having a method of communication while on your ride is a smart idea. Even smarter idea - Having that method of communication made with snowmobiles in mind. Cue the BCA BC Link Radio - a two-way radio that works on loads of different frequencies and clips to shoulder straps, jackets, or whatever you may find permitting. All of the controls needed to talk back and forth are located on a separate mic piece that sits on your shoulder while the actual radio part can be stowed in a pocket or backpack. The radio that Backcountry Access is famous for - with a camo flair.