Mammut Creon Element 25

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Mammut Creon Element 25L BackpackThe Mammut Creon Element 25L Backpack is well-equipped for a day long tryst with the outdoors and nature. It has a 4 STREAM system which lets rising hot air escape upwards, while bringing the balance point closer to the body and making packing much easier. It has an anatomically shaped hip and shoulder belts for your comfort, that are constructed from 2-layer foam with an Air Meshcover, giving you superior ventilation and breathability. What's more, its lateral compression straps can also be attached at the front, in order to carry any extra gear that you might have. A front zip pocket is great for storing your important belongings, within easy reach. The Mammut Creon Element 25L Backpack will make your hiking trip all the more convenient, so that you can enjoy your adventures with peace of mind.

- SunnySports

Free Shipping. Mammut Creon Element 25 DECENT FEATURES of the Mammut Creon Element 25 The 4 STREAM system eliminates all the disadvantages of existing air space suspension systems: Rising hot air can escape upwards, the balance point is closer to the body and packing is easier Anatomically shaped hip and shoulder belts made from 2-layer foam with Air-Mesh cover. Lid with pocket on the outside 2 mesh side pockets Front zip pocket Ice axe straps and trekking pole straps Lateral compression straps, can also be tensioned at the front to carry gear Integrated, detachable rain cover Hydration system compatible The SPECS Main: 210D Nylon Mini Ripstop Base: 420D Nylon Oxford HD The SPECS for 18 liter Weight: 990 g Volume: 18 liter The SPECS for 25 liter Weight: 1040 g Volume: 25 liter

- Moosejaw

Mammut Creon Element 25


The Mammut Creon Element 25 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 28, 2014 at SunnySports.

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