Mammut Trea Guide 30+7

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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.


Durable versatility is the name of the game for the Trea Guide from Mammut. This pack is built for a variety of alpine adventures with reinforced ski carriers that hold your equipment securely when the terrain gets rocky. Daisy chains, a crampon pocket, 2 ice axe carriers, and a designated rope strap hold all the gear you need to be safe in the mountains. The butterfly suspension system disperses the weight of your pack between your hips and shoulders while keeping you completely mobile so you can climb freely.

- Mountain Gear

Designed with the anatomy of the female body in mind, the Mammut Trea Guide Backpack is a surefire solution to every hardcore girl's quandary about what to bring (and what to pack it in) on her next three-week mountaineering expedition. Made out of nylon ripstop material, wrapped around a Motion Butterfly(TM) 6 mm aluminum adjustable frame, this backcountry hauler also offers two-layer, high-density EVA back padding for added comfort and support every step of the way. Not to mention, the Mammut Trea boasts a front pocket with a reinforced, abrasion-resistant back panel for storing crampons on the long ski traverse to the next ridge. For the ultimate in women's specific mountaineering, pack up the Mammut Trea Guide Backpack and be on your way up an into the endless range.

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Mammut Trea Guide 30+7


The Mammut Trea Guide 30+7 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 1, 2014 at

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