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Mammut Heron Guide 60+15

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Mammut Heron Guide 60+15 BackpackThe Mammut Heron Guide 60+15 Backpack is perfect for packing up all the essentials that you require on that quick getaway trip into the wild. Designed with a deer-head frame which connects directly to the hip and shoulder straps, it aids you to carry heavy loads comfortably. A flexible hip belt makes balancing the weight, a minimal effort task. There is a 4-level back system that brings a whole new level of comfort to you as it can be adjusted to suit the length of the wearer s back. Add to this an anatomically designed back area which sits as per your body shape, giving greater comfort. Compression straps for the bottom compartment allow for extra gear to be stored compactly. With the bottle holder at the side, you have easy access to your water supply. The Mammut Heron Guide 60+15 Backpack helps you to pack in all that you can, in one convenient bag.

- SunnySports

Whether you are leading a large group or hitting the trails solo, be prepared to tackle anything with the vigorous Men's Heron Guide 60 + 15 Backpack. This extremely tough fully featured pack comes equipped with a pivoting hip belt with Direct Load Transfer technology which keeps the pack balanced, while providing outstanding comfort even on the most off-kilter trails. Top-loading entry allows for easy access to all of your gear and the pressure-absorbing hip and shoulder straps contain multiple layers of EVA padding easily disperses weight. The Heron Guide 60 + 15 is one of the lightest fully featured robust packs ready to stand-up against the roughest environments you may find yourself in.

- Mountain Gear