Mammut - Trion Spine 50 - Mountaineering backpack

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At a glance

Hydration compatible
Hydration compatible
Front access
Front access
Ice-pick holder
Ice-pick holder
Ski carry
Ski carry
2200 g
Material information & features
Suitable for:
Recommended use:
Mountaineering, Trekking
Main material:
100% polyamide
Other material information:
420D Nylon Cross Ripstop; 840D Nylon JR Ballistic
contains Fair Wear certified fabrics, PFC-free
Carry system:
padded hip belt, padded shoulder straps, Chest strap
Additional compartments:
Front access, Front compartment, Ice axe/pole holder, lid compartment, Ski/snowboard carry, Daisy Chain, Rope holder, Inside zip pocket, Gear loops on hip belt, adjustable lid
Hydration system:
Torso length:
46 cm
Dimensions (outer):
68 x 34 x 30 cm
50 l
2,200 g
Compression straps
Active Spine Technology; Mammut Connect inside; Height-adjustable back system
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Product description

If you’re in the market for a backpack with an optimal load distribution even whilst fully loaded, then you’ve got to check out the Trion 50 touring backpack and its patented Mammut Active Spine Technology. Boasting an adjustable back system, your shoulders and hips are guaranteed a wide range of motion and comfort, so that you can get the most out of the 50-litre volume even during difficult climbs. Plus, the Mammut toploader is equipped with a well-padded back made of two-layer high-density EVA foam and an adjustable carrying system consisting of padded shoulder straps, a hip belt and a chest strap. Also practical for off-road adventures: there’s an additional front-accessed main compartment that can be opened and closed via an all-round zip. But that’s not all: the Trion Spine 50 is completed by multiple technical details, such as a daisy chain loop, ice axe attachments, lateral ski attachments and a material loop on the hip belt. So, if you’re planning a multi-day alpine tour with lots of equipment, then you’ve got to get the Trion Spine 50 touring backpack.

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