Mammut Xeron LMNT 30L Backpack

Mammut Xeron LMNT 30L Backpack
Mammut Xeron LMNT 30L Backpack
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Xeron LMNT 30L Backpack by Mammut
The Xeron LMNT backpack is at home on planes, trains, and bikes for longer trips or simple commutes. This day pack offers a standalone padded laptop sleeve that keeps your data easily accessible, and all the organizational tools you need to stay prepared.

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SKU: MAM01GC
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