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Mammut Creon Pro 38

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Mamut Creon Pro 38 L Daypack is a hybrid backpack that sets new benchmark thanks to its innovative suspension system. A simple maneuver while on the move makes the outstandingly ventilated air space suspension system into a full-contact back which offers better control in exposed terrain. The 4 STREAM M Vario DLT back system allows the back to be ventilated from all 4 sides. This is a full featured pack suitable for climbing, mountain hiking or walking. The 4 STREAM back 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.2-layer, high-density EVA back padding, hip and shoulder belts with laminated Soft Mesh coverHeight-adjustable lid with internal and external pocketSide zip access to the main compartmentRemovable bottom compartment 1 large stretch front pocket 2 stretch side pocketsPocket on the hip belt Removable waste bag 2 attachments for ice tool and trekking polesLateral compression straps, can also be tensioned at the front to carry gear.Integrated, detachable rain coverM- Frame distributes the load broadly across the back and directly to the hip belt. Hydration system compatibleThe traditional curved shape of air space suspension systems has been eliminated, making it easier to fill the pack.Number of Pockets: 8Torso Length: n/aMaterial: 100 D nylon double ripstopSize: n/aWeight: 1540 g / 3 lb. 3 oz.Capacity: 2319 cu in. / 38 L

- Campmor

Mammut Creon Pro 38

MSRP:
$149.95

The Mammut Creon Pro 38 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 4, 2013 at Campmor.

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