Mammut Trion Pro 50 + 7

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This fast and clean alpine pack sports an extra-durable, nearly waterproof shell with plenty of ski and snow-tool straps for winter expeditions and all-season climbing adventures.

- REI

Mammuts alpine masterpiece the very best in materials finishing and handling Every detail meets the demands of active mountaineers outstanding load transfer during ascents and reducible to a lightweight pack for walls it follows the movements of the back during climbingFeatures butterfly frame 6 mm aluminum adjustable Hip belt with frame Direct Load Transfer Quickly to click off 2layer highdensity EVA back padding hip and shoulder belts with laminated stretch fabric cover Heightadjustable and removable lid with waterproof tape Roundshaped lid with pocket Highly abrasionresistant Tritan Ripstop Nylon with 10000 mm water column Reinforced 3point haul system 2 ultrastable ice axe carriers Reinforced ski carrier Daisy chain gear carrier Rope fixing strap detachable Compression straps can be tensioned at the side or the front Spare hip belt for climbing Hydration system compatible

- Bentgate.com

Mammut's premier alpine pack gives you everything you need and nothing more so you can stay light and fast on your summit attempts. The Trion Pro 50 + 7 Pack Pack has a Butterfly frame with a removable hipbelt that effectively transfers weight to your hips while allowing you to keep full range of motion with your upper body. Two ice axe carriers, daisy chains, reinforced ski carriers, and a rope fixing strap hold all of your essential gear so you can be ready for anything.

- Mountain Gear

The Trion Pro is Mammuts alpine masterpiece: the very best in materials, finishing and handling. Every detail meets the demands of active mountaineers: outstanding load transfer during ascents and reducible to a lightweight pack for walls, it follows the movements of the back during climbing.

- CampSaver.com