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Designed and built for demanding alpine environments, the Mammut Trion Guide 35 Plus 7 Backpack is made with a robust, water-resistant nylon fabric and includes all the features needed to keep gear secure and organized. For comfort, the pack is fitted with Mammut's Motion Butterfly suspension system, while the pack's adjustable aluminum frame supports heavy loads. Access at the top and sides of the pack make access into the main compartment easy, and the height-adjustable lid can be raised when a little extra room is needed. The padded hip belt can be removed when wearing the pack with a harness, and straps on the sides and front of the bag will carry either skis, ices axes, or trekking poles.
Features of the Mammut Trion Guide 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
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Featuring Mammut's MOTION butterfly suspension system, a detachable flap, and ample side access, the Tion Guide 35+7 is backpack that is not only robust and comfortable but also extremely versatile. With this pack, both ambitious amateurs and professional guides are well equipped, no matter how the tour goes.
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