Mammut's Spindrift collection consists of lighter backpacks built for skiers who tour the backcountry quickly and efficiently. The Spindrift 26 Backpack sits smack dab in the middle of the collection, in terms of capacity. Its 26L volume has enough space for half-day tours if you pack right. The Contact suspension includes a seamless lining made entirely of padded mesh to ventilate when you're sweating up the skin track. There are carry systems for skis, a helmet, ice tools, and ski poles, and the front pocket is dedicated for your avy shovel and probe. Mammut added more pockets for your phone, hydration reservoir, and more.
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Mammut Spindrift 26 Backpack
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