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If you're currently venturing into the backcountry without an avalanche safety kit, it's time to get serious; even if you're OK with the risks, your friends sure as hell won't go out with you. To straighten you out, Backcountry Access is offering the three avalanche essentialsthe Tracker 2 Beacon, B-1 EXT Shovel, and Stealth 270 Probein one ready-to-go package, so you can get serious about backcountry safety and get to those untouched turns.
The Tracker 2 is a classic, having built its reputation on a super-intuitive search interface and speedy signal recognition. Just pull the mechanical handle at the bottom of the beacon and you're in search mode, ready to make use of the Tracker's 50m range, multiple-burial indicators, and super-clear distance-and-direction indicators. It's also slimmer and lighter than its older brother the DTS, so you won't even notice you're wearing it
Keeping the Tracker 2 company are the B-1 EXT Shovel and Stealth 270 probe. The B-1 is compact and lightweight, with an telescopic aluminum blade and ergonomic T-grip handle. As you can probably tell by the name, the Stealth 270 Probe is all about sneaking up on the mountain before it even knows you're there, with 270cm of aluminum lightness and durability that sports depth markings and an Quick-Lock assembly so you don't waste time setting up when seconds become precious.
While having a full kit is infinitely better than relying on dumb luck, please remember that beacons, shovels, and probes are NOT a guarantee that you will survive an avalanche; get educated, learn how to use your tools, travel with trustworthy partners, and be smart out there.