Mammut - Trion Zip 22 - Climbing backpack

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Material information & features
Suitable for:
Climbing backpack
Recommended use:
Climbing; Alpine climbing
22 l
400D Nylon Ripstop (100% polyamide)
Carry system:
Shoulder straps and hip belt
Hydration system:
Hydration compatible
Additional compartments:
Internal and external pocket on the lid
810 g
Daisy chain holder; 2 ice axe holders; 3 point haul system
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Product description
The small version of the Trion Zip is designed for serious alpine climbing. Its short back length makes it ideal and comfortable to wear even with a climbing harness and helmet. The weight sits close and central to the back and guarantees the necessary freedom of movement. This backpack really convinces on ascents with its versatile side compression, a rope attachment on the flap and two high-quality ice pick attachments.
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Bjorn's profile picture
| Oxford
Mammuts new trad climbing legend

This backpack is light, big enough for fast and light climbs, has excellent shoulder straps (beating both osprey, marmot, berghaus and arcteryx) for the somewhat heavy loads that trad climbing requires. The material is strong enough to last 10+ years and I would argue that this is the "fjellraven konken" of mountaineering. The back length is short enough for me to wear a helmet and look straight up without hitting a lid that gets in the way (I'm 182 cm tall). The pack is both sufficient wide to easily pack a pair of boots, 4 L of Camel bags, food, a down jacket plus some emergency gear whilst also being narrow enough to allow me to move freely without having to think about running into anything extending from the surroundings.

As cams and nuts don't compress well, they tend to eat a lot of space, so I clip them onto the shoulder straps and let them slide down towards the simple belt when my pack is full. This gets them out of the way and allows me to carry gear for a great day out without needing a bigger pack.

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    Good adjustment options
    Good storage options
    Comfortable to carry
    Easy to load
    Useful details
    Good carry system
    Good ventilation
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| Weilheim i.OB

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