Mammut Flight 35

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Nice Pack. I bought it mostly to use as a carry-on…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Design: Top-Loading Internal
Size: 35L
Number of Pockets: 1
Max. Load Carried: 30
Height of Owner: 5'10"
Price Paid: $110?

Nice Pack. I bought it mostly to use as a carry-on for some extensive traveling over the next couple of months with an eye to using it for daytrips and more once I'm done with that. Still haven't had a chance to take it outdoors, but for traveling it's holding up great - my only concern is the zipper on the top flap/pouch which I strain fairly regularly when it's stuffed full of last-minute items. It's supposed to be waterproof - we'll see how well that actually works out in practice. Definitely happy with it so far and will post a follow-up once I get outdoors with it.

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CLOSEOUTS . The Mammut Flight 35 backpack is built to take on extreme alpine conditions. From the Hypalon(R) exoskeleton to the dual ice axe attachment points, this technical pack is exactly what mountaineers and climbers need. Butterfly Back System and suspension boosts flexibility Hybrid aluminum and HDPE internal frame Durable Hypalon(R) exoskeleton Large top-loading main compartment Lid pocket with welded zipper Drawcord spindrift collar Hydration compatible Dual ice axe attachment points Lateral compression straps Load-adjuster straps Ergonomically contoured, adjustable shoulder straps Adjustable, padded waistbelt Sternum strap with emergency whistle Internal frame Hipbelt: Adjusts to 50 Fits torsos: 17-22 Dimensions (HxWxD): 26x11x8 Capacity: 2135 cu.in. Weight: 2 lb. 14 oz. Material: Nylon with aluminum frame By Mammut of Switzerland Made in Philippines Visit our Backpack Guide

- Sierra Trading Post

The Mammut Flight 35 technical pack is designed for fast and light alpine tours when a day trip might mean 24 hours. Butterfly™ Back System uses a lightweight, ergonomically shaped aluminum frame to distribute weight between pack, hipbelt and shoulder harness. Butterfly suspension system flexes to allow a climber's back to rotate easily. Molded back panel wicks away perspiration and vents excess body heat. Padded hipbelt distributes load to improve balance, and it can be removed when using a climbing harness with the pack. Hydration-compatible design features a reservoir sleeve with hanging tabs and a sip-tube exit port for on-the-go hydration (reservoir sold separately). A lid pocket with water-resistant zipper stashes a headlamp, maps, batteries and other small essentials. Durable Hypalon® exoskeleton lets you lash on crampons or other sharp winter gear and tools. Pack also features 2 burly attachment points for bent- and straight-shaft ice axes. Closeout.

- REI

On Sale. Free Shipping. Mammut Men's Flight 35L Pack (Fall 2009) The Flight 35L Pack by Mammut is a single compartment pack intended for fast and light ascents. Features robust body in Velocity nylon and Hypalon, single buckle fastening and butterfly back system.Features:Two flap pockets - external and internalHypalon exo-skeletonTwo ice axe carriers2 fabric loops, e.g. for carabinersRemovable, padded hip beltHydration system compatibleSpecifications:Back system: butterflyFabric: Main: Nylon 420 D Velocity; Base: Nylon 1680 D BallisticVolume: 1400 g

- Moosejaw

When you need one mid-sized pack for all of your daytrip adventures, the Mammut Flight 35 Backpack is the one. This versatile rucksack holds a day's worth of gear for multi-pitch climbing, ski touring, or hiking. Ice tool attachments and side compression straps hold your planks and axes, while the streamlined design keeps the weight down. Slide your reservoir in the hydration sleeve, rack your gear on the side fabric loops, and get after it.

- Backcountry Outlet

The Flight 35 Backpack by Mammut is designed for anyone who needs or wants to go fast and light. Made with just one single compartment, the Flight 35 is easy to pack, and with its compact footprint, it sits tighter on your back making it easier to move faster. A velocity nylon and hypalon keeps the pack from tearing and wearing out, and is hydration compatible (bladder not included) for those times you need to access your water continuously.

- RockCreek

Mammut Flight 35

Discontinued

The Flight 35 has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$89.93 - $159.95

The Mammut Flight 35 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 14, 2010 at Sierra Trading Post.

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