Mammut Lithium Pro 28L Backpack

Mammut Lithium Pro 28L Backpack
Mammut Lithium Pro 28L Backpack
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Lithium Pro 28L Backpack by Mammut
You're never alone on the trail when you've got the Mammut Lithium Pro 28L Backpack there to lend a helping hand. Breathable mesh padding along the back, shoulder straps, and waist belt offer a comforting touch when the day grows warm, and this EVA padding is stamped along the back for enhanced ventilation. A myriad of pockets provide assistance whether you're storing your hydration bladder in its designated sleeve, snacks in the mesh back pocket, or a rain shell in the lid. There's even a cell phone pocket in the shoulder strap and a zippered pocket in the waist belt for lip balm or your pocket knife. With a nice volume for day hikes, compression straps to help you pack, and two trekking pole spots if you need technical assistance--you'll never need to feel like you're hiking solo.

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SKU: MAM012J
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