Cookies are not enabled in your browser.

You must have Cookies enabled for the best experience on our site and to make a purchase.

Learn how to enable Cookies in your browser or call 1-800-426-8020 for assistance.

Vert 18L Pack

Shown in: 

zoom icon
Roll over image to zoom

view larger icon

Click image to enlarge

This image is not Zoomable

Vert 18L Pack


Watch Video See Snowboard Guide Scott Newsome

Live Your Adventure®

Versatile, streamlined backcountry ski pack. Rugged 630-denier TPU-coated nylon sheds snow easily. Integrated carry system features coated steel cables that can carry skis at any angle—center, offset left, or offset right. Front-mounted compression straps with cam buckles let you carry a snowboard or skis, or simply compress the pack.

  • Whistle on front sternum strapEnhanced safety in emergency
  • Convertible shoulder strapsConvert to sling when riding chair lift
  • Hydration sleeve on shoulder strapEasy access
  • One High-Vis Orange Voile Ski strapAdjustable to wearer's left or right side
  • Tricot-lined top pocketProtects sunglasses or smart phone
  • 20.25"H x 11.75"W x 6.25"D
  • Weight: 2 lbs. 6 oz
  • Capacity: 1,098 cu. in. / 18L


Our products are built to last. If your Eddie Bauer product fails to perform as designed, bring it back and we will replace it.

Learn more


Learn more



great for a parent teaching a kid how to ski!


As a single parent who grew up slalom racing, I wanted to afford my son the same opportunity. Since it is just the two of us, I bought this pack to help me carry both sets of skis so I could carry our boots with one hand and the other to keep him from slipping on the ice. Its great because now I don't have to make two trips to the car. Since he is only 4, there was no way he was going to be helpful in carrying the gear. I had no problem fitting a 1L hydration bag, extra gloves, tons of snacks, etc. I wouldn't want more space bc I think its hard to be skiing with a sloppy, heavy bag. I was impressed with quality, although the orange belt was too hard to disengage so i just carry a bungee cord. I know this was not the intention of the bag, but for what I needed it for, it was well worth it. I do find it is easier to fully pack the pouch, load the skis onto the bag and put them in the car attached. This way I can do a day trip, get him out of the car, throw on this bag and the boot bag and be on our way to the slopes in less than five minutes.




Ok - but don't expect to get much hydration


Good overall pack, good for inbounds resort skiing. Seems like it would be good for biking and hiking as well. My complaint is a small waist strap - It could use a few more inches on either side of the buckle. it's also not functional at all with any hydration bladders more than 1L. The interior pouch for a bladder is way too narrow to be functional, and there is no hanging loop at the top of the pack to keep a bladder from sagging down and pinching itself closed.




Feature rich; not magically waterproof, or light.


There are more ski&snowboard-friendlly functions built into this little pack than are sufficiently mentioned in the E B description, photos, or video. E B's video calls this "lightweight"-well, keep in mind it's roughly a pound Heavier that the [twice as big] E B Bacon pack (a non-snowboard version could be significantly lighter-w less cable.) I like the small waterproof compartment-but I'd Love the Main compartment zipper, or All the zippers, to be waterproof. Be sure you know how Small 18L is, prior to buying!

Tornado Todd


Good pack, but small


This pack is well made and has lots of great features, but it is too small for me for backcountry skiing. I tried to get all my normal gear inside, beacon, probe, puffy jacket, 1st aid kit, etc., but ran out of space. I didn't try the ski holders, but they looked good. It might work for a resort or spring skiing pack when you are traveling light and not too far.

Santiam Mike



Vert 18L Pack