Mammut Trea Guide 30+7

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Features of the Mammut Women's Trea Guide 30+7L Pack Butterfly frame 6 mm aluminum, adjustable 2-layer, High-Density EVA back padding, hip and shoulder belts with stretch fabric cover Shorter back length and adjusted shoulder straps Extremely robust Tritan ripstop nylon with 5,000 mm water column Large side zipper access to main compartment Height-adjustable detachable flap with internal and exterior pockets Roll-top closure Removable hip belt with gear loops SpAre hip belt for Climbing 2 Ultra-stable ice axe carriers Pole carrier Ski attachment on the side Rope fixing strap under the flap Lateral compression straps, can also be tensioned at the front to carry gear Daisy chain gear carrier Hydration system compatible

- Moosejaw

The women's version of the Trion Guide, the Mammut Trea Guide 30 offers Back length and shoulder straps that are specially designed for the female figure. Featuring their MOTION butterfly suspension system, a detachable flap, and ample side access, this backpack is not only robust and comfortable but also extremely versatile.

- Mountain Gear

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- CampSaver.com

Built to keep up, the agile Mammut Women's Trea Guide 40 + 7 Backpack caters to the versatile alpine athlete. Take it out for a morning of ski touring, or load up your crampons and ice axes before the burly approach to your favorite icicle. Mammut knows climbers and skiers hate feeling like they're carrying bags of sand on their backs, which is why this technical pack accommodates all your shiny gear in an intuitive design without dragging you back down the mountain.

- Backcountry.com