Dakine is celebrating the 25th anniversary of its Heli Pack backpack by releasing a refitted, more durable iteration of the series, with recycled materials in its construction. The company describes the original backpack, released in 1996, as the “first low-volume backpack designed specifically for backcountry snowboarders and skiers.” It was designed to the specifications of the snowboarder Tom Burt, who notes, “We needed a small compact pack that could carry a shovel, probe, boards, etc.” Like the original, the new ’96 Heli Pack 16L is designed to carry snow tools in the main compartment, a snowboard vertically and skis diagonally, but it also uses 600-denier recycled polyester and bluesign approved materials as well as dual-use hydration and a laptop sleeve. The collection also offers 24-liter ($120), 20-liter ($100) and 12-liter ($80) versions as well as Signature Series collaborations with Sammy Carlson, Kazu Kokubo, Jamie Anderson and Bryan Fox. All are for sale on dakine.com.