Mammut Trion Light 50L Backpack

Mammut Trion Light 50L Backpack
Mammut Trion Light 50L Backpack
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Trion Light 50L Backpack by Mammut
You've got it all planned out. you know what peak you're going to climb, how long it will take for you to summit, and what you need to complete the task. With the Mammut Trion Light 50L Backpack, you won't have to leave anything behind. Built to house ice and trekking gear, with loops and carrying slots, the Trion can take the ice and the high trails. You'll have plenty of pockets to store essentials, especially with the front compartment for fast access to safety equipment if you need it. Padded waistbelts and shoulder straps offer comfort as you trek, while the aluminum V frame keeps everything upright. Compression straps hold gear in place during goofy scrambles, and you can also detach the top flap if you need to store your puffy when the trail gets warmer than you'd like.

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SKU: MAM00XT
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