Mammut Cargon 40-140L Duffel

Mammut Cargon 40-140L Duffel
Mammut Cargon 40-140L Duffel
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Cargon 40-140L Duffel by Mammut
Based on, but not to be confused with, fictional bottomless bags, the Mammut Cargon Duffel makes stowing and organizing large loads a snap. Stash your climbing gear and head to the car for a weekend crag adventure.

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SKU: MAM0703
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