Mammut Trion Guide 35+7

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Solely outfitted with features for scaling crags and tackling high-altitude summits, this durable climbing pack keeps your gear handy and your loads light for faster ascents.


Free Shipping. Mammut Trion Guide 35+7L Pack FEATURES of the Mammut Trion Guide 35+7L Pack Butterfly frame 6 mm aluminum, adjustable 2-layer, high-density EVA back padding, hip and shoulder belts with stretch fabric cover 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 SPECIFICATIONS of the Mammut Trion Guide 35+7L Pack Weight: 1520 g Volume: 35+7 liter Back System: Motion Butterfly Main: 420D Nylon Tritan Ripstop Base: 600D Nylon Textura

- Moosejaw

The Mammut Trion Guide is a robust all-round backpack for mountaineering offering a variety of packing options for equipment together with outstanding wearing comfort. It can be stripped down to form a lightweight pack for summit ascents. The butterfly suspension system offers full freedom of movement of the upper body.


Durable versatility is the name of the game for the Trion 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