Marmot - Eiger 32 - Touring backpack

£ 139.95
£ 118.96
incl. VAT
Delivery time: 3-5 working days

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Touring backpack
Recommended use:
Ski touring; Mountaineering; Ice climbing
32 l
Pertex 300D polyester/Dyneema; 420D HD nylon
Carry system:
Ergonomic carry system with shaped back
Additional compartments:
2 side compartments
800 g
gear loops; Compression straps with reinforcement; Ski holder; removable aluminum frame
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Product description
Built for cold alpine excursions, the Marmot Eiger 32 Backpack hauls everything you need comfortably and efficiently. A removable aluminum stay and PE frame sheet enable you to comfortably haul heavy gear, and the removable waist belt and sternum strap help keep your load centered comfortably. Compression straps on the side, as well as a top compression/rope carry strap make sure that the pack doesn't jostle, even when not fully packed. Ski carry loops and locking tool slots help see you through all your ski-mountaineering adventures.

  • Removable single aluminum stay and PE frame sheet
  • Molded back panel
  • Removable waist belt
  • Sternum strap
  • Pertex Dyneema fabric
  • Compression straps
  • Ski carry loops
  • Top compression/rope carry strap
  • Water bottle and gear pockets
  • Locking tool slots

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Question from Robert | Nürnberg
Gewichtangabe korrekt?

ich wollte wissen ob die angegebenen 800g wirklich korrekt sind. Ich habe leider die Erfahrung gemacht, dass die Hersteller bei der Gewichtsnagabe gerne untertreiben und man dann einen Rucksack kauft der deutlich mehr wiegt als angegeben. Mein Pieps Plecotus 36 wiegt auch nicht wie angegeben 1400g sondern 1500g und dass ohne die Riemen für die Snowboard/Schneeschuhbefestigung.

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