BCA Accessories @123Mountain.com


BCA Accessories @123Mountain.com

Accessories By BCA:Montezuma, Colorado I was riding near the Snake River drainage and triggered a substantial (R2D2+) avalanche. I was able to deploy my Float 30 airbag shortly after the crown broke.

Accessories By BCA:The airbag kept me on the surface of the giant slab which broke above me. I felt like I was riding a mattress down the stairs. This thing saved my life.

Accessories By BCA:Cerro Catedral, Argentina Prior to that trip I had never stepped foot in the backcountry and it was the first time I had ever come face to face with a piece of BCA gear. Although the experts gave me the practice and knowledge needed for an avalanche rescue, nothing could have prepared me for what actually happened that day

Accessories By BCA:In no way did I consider myself an expert or efficient in the use of any of BCA’s gear but even as a novice 17 year old kid in the back country for the very first time, I was able to use the Tracker DTS with ease and save a life
Accessories By BCA:San Martin De Los Andes, Argentina I descended an exposed slope in the Pyrenees when a crown broke above me. I was buried five feet deep with no air pocket. I felt like I was dying until I heard voices calling my name. I’m grateful my friends had Trackers, knew how to use them and found me so quickly


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