Mammut Nirvana Ride 30

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Ideal for all-mountain and freeriding activities, the Mammut Nirvana Ride Backpack boasts functional equipment features and high carrying comfort. Designed to be used for 1-day ski or snowboard tours as well as freeriding, the Nirvana Ride is versatile and ready for continued use. Whether you're packing you helmet, ice axe, skis, shovel and beacon or just your change of clothes and a lunch, the Mammut Nirvana Ride Backpack offers dependable quality that you'll appreciate for seasons to come.

- Altrec Outlet

You don't want a huge touring pack, but you do want enough space for your avy gear, lunch, a thermos, and an extra baselayer. Pack up the Mammut Nirvana Ride 22 Pack. Its V-frame transfers the load to your hips so you get the freedom of movement you need to cruise corduroy as fast as you like, and the two-layer EVA back padding keeps you comfortable throughout your ski day. You have the versatility you love when you decide whether you're going to shred the park on a board or ski over those powder-capped peaks, because this pack carries either ski or snowboard. Mammut made the Nirvana Ride with a highly eco-friendly Cyclepet fabric that protects your gear from the wet weather. A U-shaped zipper lets you access anything in your pack whether it's your lunch at the top of the pack or an extra layer at the bottom of the bag. Its hydration-compatibile system includes an insulated tube cover that prevents your water from freezing up. Store your avy gear in the front pocket for easy access and a quiet skin up the track or down the bumps.

- Backcountry.com

This functional backpack is perfect for allmountain and freeriding activities With functional equipment and high carrying comfort it is ideal for oneday ski or snowboard tours as well as freeridingbull Aluminum Vframe for good load transfer to the hips while maintaining freedom of movement of the upper bodybull 2layer highdensity EVA back padding hip and shoulder belts with stretch fabric coverbull Front pocket for avalanche safety equipmentbull Ski attachment can be used on the side or diagonallybull Lateral extremely sturdy widthadjustable velcro ski loopsbull Snowboard carrier with fully adjustable stabilisation belt to ensure freedom of movement of the legsbull Helmet carrier with snow protection stowablebull Padded goggle pouchbull Zipped inner compartment with key clipbull Removable padded hip beltbull SOS label with emergency instructionsbull Insulated hydration tube cover in shoulder harnessbull Gear loops on the hip beltbull Hydration system compatibleIdeal for Winterhiking Snowshoeing Freeriding Boarding Skitouring Backcountry SkiingSuitable for Mixed and Iceclimbing Alpine Skiing Via Ferrata

- Bentgate.com

Mammut Nirvana Ride 30 Backpack Smoke/BlackThe Mammut Nirvana Ride 30 Backpack Smoke/Black is perfect for all-mountain and free riding activities. It features an Aluminum V-frame for good load transfer to the hips while maintaining freedom of movement of the upper body. It has a 2-layer, high-density EVA back padding, hip and shoulder belts with stretch fabric cover that offers high carrying comfort. It has a front pocket for avalanche safety equipment and a ski attachment that can be used on the side or diagonally. It has Lateral, extremely sturdy, width-adjustable Velcro ski loops and a snowboard carrier with fully adjustable stabilization belt to ensure freedom of movement of the legs. It comes with a stowable Helmet carrier with snow protection, and a Padded goggle pouch. It features a Zipped inner compartment with key clip and also a Removable, padded hip belt. Insulated hydration tube cover in shoulder harness that makes it perfect for mountain activities.The Mammut Nirvana Ride 30 Backpack Smoke/Black has Gear loops on the hip belt.

- SunnySports

Mammut Nirvana Ride 30

MSRP:
$139.95

The Mammut Nirvana Ride 30 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 5, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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