Mammut Trion Light 40

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The Trion Light 40 L Pack from Mammut is a waterproof and ultra-light mountain backpack: fully equipped it weighs 1,100 grams, and slimmed down only 620 grams. Despite this, it still boasts all the features that mountaineers need and offers optimum freedom of movement when climbing thanks to its sophisticated weight distribution.


Pared down to the essentials the Trion Light is the lightest alpine backpack in the Mammut range The patented butterfly suspension system guarantees optimal load transfer and allows the upper body complete freedom of movementFeatures butterfly frame 5 mm aluminum adjustable 2layer highdensity EVA back padding hip and shoulder belts with laminated stretch fabric cover Rolltop closure Heightadjustable and removable flap 2 lid pockets external and internal Reinforced ski carrier Daisy chain gear carrier 2 ice axe carriers Removable hip belt padding CONVERTIBLE system Compression straps can be tensioned at the side or the front Hydration system compatibleUpper Fabric 210D Nylon Triple RipstopBase Fabric 420D NylonBack System MOTION ButterflyOptimally suitable for Classical Alpinism Mixed and Iceclimbing Multipitch Rockclimbing ExpeditionsSuitable for Skitouring Backcountry Skiing Via Ferrata Speleology Caving


Designed with your fast and light alpine assaults in mind, the Mammut Trion Light 40 is stripped to the essentials. That doesn't mean you can't carry your gear in comfort, either. Mammut's butterfly suspension delivers optimal load transfer to your hips yet allows your upper body the freedom of movement it needs whether you're swinging an ice tool or cutting fresh skin tracks. On that long awaited day when the weather clears and the summit is in sight, you can trim the Trion Light even further by removing the hip belt padding. A reinforced ski carrier, 2 ice axe carriers, and a daisy chain give you multiple gear-hauling options.

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