Mammut - Trion Guide 45+7 - Touring backpack

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Touring backpack
Recommended use:
Alpine terrain; Ski tours; Ice / mixed climbing; classic mountaineering
45 + 7 l
420D nylon Tritan ripstop / 600D nylon Textura (100% polyamide)
Carry system:
Motion Butterfly; 6 mm aluminum frame; detachable hip belt; 2 layers of EVA padding
Additional compartments:
Lid pocket inside and outside
Hydration system:
Rain cover:
water repellent material (5000 mm water column)
1580 g
Volume expansion; Ski fastening; Daisy chain; Rope fastening; Attachment for ice tools; Harness and lid detachable
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Product description
Robust, very spacious and comfortable to wear on every terrain: the Mammut Trion Guide 45+7 is a first class touring backpack with a wide variety of uses. Whether for classic mountaineering, on varying terrains or for ski touring - the backpack can take on any challenge it is presented with.
Even when it is fully loaded on steep terrains, the touring backpack is still very comfortable to wear and evenly distributes the weight. Its Motion Butterfly back system combines stability and freedom of movement. This is very important on climbing passages or problematic crossings on particularly steep terrains. The 6mm aluminum frame can be fitted to your back and the luxurious padding on the shoulder straps and hip belt provide a comfortable fit.
The height adjustable lid can be completely removed for quick ascents to the summit, an the same goes for the hip belt fitted with gear loops. This can be replaced with a lighter hip belt that is more suitable for climbing to make it much easier to get ahead on the wall while still providing the full, sturdy support that you would expect from a hip belt. What's really clever: the compression straps can also be tightened in the front to provide additional stability.
It is therefore pretty self-explanatory that Mammut would pull out all the stops on a touring backpack like the Trion Guide 45+7 by adding useful features to it like a rope fastening, ice tool loops and a ski fastening!
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    Easy to load
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| Furth im Wald

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