Mountain guide Patrick Gabarrou is sick of wearing a backpack anytime he climbs up chimneys and offwidths, and you would be as well if you ever experience a similar misfortune. Whatever's in your backpack will be slightly ruined by the time you reach the anchor. You can always tag the bag underneath you while you climb, but then you worry about straps catching on rocks and getting the pack stuck underneath you, which also isn't ideal. Gabarrou worked with Mammut's athletes to solve all those situations with the Trion Haul Cover. This cover protects two to three backpacks while you haul them up the vertical world, and the integrated slings secure each pack so you don't feel the pack fall like a fisherman reeling in a lost catch.
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