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Mammut Trion 35 Genuine Mountaineering Backpack OFFicial

Mammut Trion 35 Mountaineering Backpack

$122

Mammut Trion 35 Mountaineering Backpack

Product description

The Trion 35 is the result of many years of experience with alpine backpacks: as well as traditionally top-class materials and workmanship, its huge back opening also sets standards in terms of handling and ease of use. The Trion 35 is the perfect backpack for all alpinists with a no-compromise attitude to their equipment.

Internal zipper compartment for valuables

Rope fixing strap under the flap

Height adjustable flap with internal and external pocket

Trekking pole carrier

Super-lightweight, highly breathable EVA shoulder padding

Daisy chain loop

Lateral compression straps, can also be tensioned at front to carry gear

2 strong ice axe attachments

Hydration system-compatible

Huge back zipper access to main compartment

Zipper pocket on hip belt

Reinforced side ski attachment

Good ventilation on the back thanks to stamped EVA foam

Large zipperfront pocket

Detachable hip belt with gear loop

Two external pockets on the sides

Large mesh pockets on the shoulder strap

Mammut Trion 35 Mountaineering Backpack

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