Marmot Zelus 25


Weight 2 lb 8 oz / 1134 g
Capacity 1550 cu in / 25 L
Main Material 210d Nail Head Nylon, 420d High Density Nylon
Reinforcement Material 840d Ballistic Nylon

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Marmot's Zelus 25 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The Marmot Zelus 25 Backpack is an alpine pack dedicated to flexibility, durability, and accessibility. With a unique clip and carry system, a built-in hydration sleeve and pocket, and perfectly molded back panel, this backpack will serve you well. It is a zip-top, top-loading pack with a zippered mesh pocket on the lid to store frequently needed items. Zip to open top loader Molded back panel Lid and front lash points Zippered mesh lid pocket with key clip Hydration sleeve with hanging zippered pocket Removable frame sheet offers versatility Dual ice axe loops Integrated vertical rope carry system Internal compression collar

- OMCgear

Marmot's Zelus 25 Pack features: durability, flexibility, and accessibility. It has unique clip and carry systems, built-in hydration sleeve and pocket, and a perfectly molded back panel.


You only get so many days off a week, so pick one with a promising weather report, set the alarm for 4:30 a.m., and finish packing the Marmot Zelus 25 Backpack for your weekly climb. Thanks to its molded back panel, the Zelus 25 comfortably carries your gear for a day of sanity-saving exertions.


With the Zelus 25, we started with a strong focus on durability, flexibility, and accessibility-then stacked the deck with tons of features informed by Marmot's thirty-plus years of big mountain experience. Get your hands on this pack and check out its unique clip and carry systems, built-in hydration sleeve and pocket, and perfectly molded back panel.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Marmot Zelus 25


The Marmot Zelus 25 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 18, 2013 at OMCgear.

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