Mammut - Trion Pro 50+7 - Touring backpack

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Touring backpack
Recommended use:
Alpine terrain; Ski tours; Ice / mixed climbing; classic mountaineering
50 + 7 l
420D nylon Tritan ripstop / 600D nylon Textura (100% polyamide)
Carry system:
Contact U-Frame; 6 mm aluminum frame; detachable hip belt; 2 layers of EVA padding
Additional compartments:
Lid pocket inside and outside; reinforced crampon / shovel pockets; Valuables compartment
Hydration system:
Rain cover:
water repellent material (5000 mm water column)
1700 g
Zip rear access; Volume expansion; Daisy chain; Ski/rope fastening; Attachment for ice tools; Detachable hip belt
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Product description
Load up the Mammut Trion Pro 50+7 Backpack before embarking on an ambitious big-wall ascent or alpine climb. This lightweight, made-to-move pack boasts the intuitive design and features you need to play it safe and smart while adventuring at altitude, and it accommodates all the hardware you need to navigate an ice flow broken by granite outcroppings. The Motion Butterfly DLT suspension spreads the load evenly across the high-density EVA foam back panel, shoulder straps, and hip belt, while the front and side compression straps lock your load down to prevent moving when you're covering ground or packing away the vert.
Mammut made the Trion from water-resistant nylon fabrics, so your gear won't get soaked in a shower, and made the Trion compatible with hydration reservoirs, too, so you don't get dehydrated on your alpine missions. While it carries comfortably, it's unmistakeably an alpine pack, and it has features you'd expect like a webbing hip belt that can be used in place of the padded offering, a top rope strap to secure your line, and a removable, seam-taped lid that you can take off to lighten your load. There are also two secure ice-axe carriers, sky carry options, and gear loops to accommodate whatever gear you need for your current climb, so you're never caught out by the changing conditions that are a feature of alpine environments.

  • Water-resistant nylon ripstop with ballistic nylon reinforcement
  • Motion Butterfly DLT suspension
  • Removable padded hip belt
  • Padded EVA back panel and shoulder straps
  • Spade webbing hip belt
  • Adjustable, removable, and waterproof lid
  • Dual ice-axe carriers, ski carry, daisy chain, and removable rope strap
  • Hydration compatible

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| CO.Londonderry

Great all round backpack

Great piece of kit.Quality all round backpack, excellent suspension system to carry DSLR + accessories in ICU along with your hiking gear along with your 2 points of entry top & rear, far more comfortable to carry than your standard photo backpck, only slight negative point i would have is pack having no side pockets other than that its near perfect for my intended use.

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    Good storage options
    Good ventilation
    Comfortable to carry
    Good carry system
    Easy to load
    Useful details
    Good adjustment options

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Question from shane | CO.Londonderry
Hi, could you tell me the measurements of this pack please?

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Ronald | Customer Service
27.10.2015 11:34

Hello Shane,
when it is packed, the dimensions ca.62x35x22 (high, wide, deep)

shane | CO.Londonderry
29.10.2015 17:49

Cheers mate, do you think this pack would be ok for short hiking to as i intend to carry a small amount of DSLR items in it as it has the back access?

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| montpellier

acheter en double exemplaire

Parfait pour faire ascention mont blanc avec deux bivouacs

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    Good storage options
    Good carry system
    Easy to load
    Comfortable to carry
    Good adjustment options

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