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Mammut - Ride Removable Airbag 30 - Avalanche backpack

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Avalanche backpack (with airbag; without cartridge)
Recommended use:
Freeride; All mountain
30 liter
420D nylon Tritan ripstop; Floor: 420D nylon ballistic
Carry system:
V-frame; thermoformed back panel with padded hip belt
Hydration system:
Additional compartments:
Eyewear compartment; beacon compartment; zip inner compartment
2400 g (1550 g without airbag); with steel cartridge: 2900 g; with carbon: 2710 g
Ski and snowboard carrier; helmet carrier; compression straps; detachable hip belt; leg loop
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Product description
Skis, boots, poles. Helmet, goggles, gloves. Beacon, shovel, probe. There are some things you don't head into the mountains without, and it's time to update your list to include the Mammut Ride RAS Backpack. Airbag technology has been proven to save lives, and when it's also as light, functional, and easy to use as the Ride? Well, you'd have to have a really good reason to leave it behind.
Obviously, the safest policy is to avoid avalanches altogether, but unexpected things happen, and when they do, the Ride can inflate within three seconds to help keep you on the surface. Just pull the shoulder-mounted deployment handle to inflate the bag, and the padded waist belt, safety leg strap, and sternum strap will keep the pack securely attached to you, even in the turmoil of a slide. After deployment, deflate the bags and pack them back up according to instructions, and remember that the compressed air canister needs to be replaced. You can even remove the airbag system entirely if you want a lightweight in-bounds pack, or swap it between all RAS packs to fine-tune your carrying capacity.

The Ride wouldn't be that useful if it wasn't a functional pack, too, so Mammut made sure it had all the features of a modern freeride pack, like ski and snowboard carry systems, a special pocket for your avy tools, and gear loops for ice axes and ski poles. You can cinch down your day's load using the side compression straps, stash your goggles in the padded pocket for safekeeping, and toss a bladder in the hydration-compatible sleeve so you don't have to gobble snow all day. All this weight is carried comfortable by the V-frame aluminum suspension, padded back panel, and removable waist belt. Mammut even included an SOS label with emergency instructions, in case you need a reminder.

Please note that this system does not include the Refillable Compressed Air Cartridge, which is available separately (MAM0939). And please remember, this airbag system is NOT a guarantee that you will survive an avalanche; get educated, get the right tools, travel with partners, and be smart out there.

  • Comes with RAS (Removable Airbag System)
  • V-frame 6mm aluminum suspension and high-density EVA back panel
  • Removable padded hip belt and safety leg strap
  • Front shovel/avalanche tool pocket and padded goggle pocket
  • Stowable ski and snowboard carry and two front gear loops
  • Hydration compatible
  • Compression straps
  • Zippered inner pocket
  • Compressed air cartridge not included
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Prima Rucksack mit sinnvollen Details

Habe den Mammut Ride R.A.S. seit einer Saison im Einsatz und bin sehr zufrieden damit. Ein perfekter Airbag-Rucksack für sämtliche Schitouren, egal ob Hochalpin oder auf den "Grasbergen" im Tiroler Unterland. Das R.A.S. braucht im Rucksackinneren relativ wenig Platz und ist vergleichsweise relativ leicht. Die Carbon-Kartusche brauchts meiner Meinung nach nicht. Lieber selbst etwas abspecken... ;-) - ist sinnvoller. Ebenfalls sinnvoll sind die Details am Rucksack. Besonders fein find ich das gepolsterte Brillenfach und das geräumige Notfallfach für Schaufel und Sonde. Dieses Fach hat auch einen besonders großen, rot markierten Zipper, der sich auch mit Handschuhen leicht und schnell öffnen lässt. Alle Reißverschlüsse sind von guter Qualität und angenehm leichtgängig. Trinksysteme kann man einbauen. Bewährt sich aber bei Frost nicht besonders, da Trinkventil und Schlauch leicht einfrieren. Alternative: in einem Schultertragegurt ist eine Verstaumöglichkeit für eine kleine Trinkflasche vorhanden. Ist auch recht praktisch. Ein Helmtragenetz ist fix integriert und leicht verstaubar. Das R.A.S. von Mammut / Snowpulse ist genial, weil relativ einfach konstruiert und unempfindlich auch bei sehr kalten Temperaturen. Überprüfung vor Saisonstart: Druckkartusche abschrauben. Mit Küchenwaage selbige abwiegen. 512 g +- 5 g = okay. Auslöseeinheit (Stahlfedersystem) einmal ohne Kartusche abfeuern. Man hört deutlich ein "Klack". Mit mitgeliefertem Spannschlüssel die Stahlfeder wieder spannen. Anders kann man die Kartusche auch garnicht einschrauben, denn ein Sicherheitsplättchen versperrt den Weg im Gewinde. Jetzt Kartusche einschrauben, Klettverschluss und Reißverschluss zu- ready for powder!

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Mammut Airbagrucksack

Sieht gut aus, aber er ist ziemlich tief.besser wäre schmäler aber größere ausenmasse

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