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Mammut Trion Guide 45 + 7 Pack


    Mammut Trion Guide 45 + 7 Pack

    The robust Mammut Trion Guide 45 + 7 pack offers a variety of packing options and outstanding wearing comfort. It covers the needs of the 4-season climber on single- or multiday tours. See details

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    The robust Mammut Trion Guide 45 + 7 pack offers a variety of packing options and outstanding wearing comfort. It covers the needs of the 4-season climber on single- or multiday tours.

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    The robust Mammut Trion Guide 45 + 7 pack offers a variety of packing options and outstanding wearing comfort. It covers the needs of the 4-season climber on single- or multiday tours.

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    The robust Mammut Trion Guide 45 + 7 pack offers a variety of packing options and outstanding wearing comfort. It covers the needs of the 4-season climber on single- or multiday tours.

    • Adjustable MOTION butterfly™ suspension system helps provide full freedom of movement to your upper body
    • 2-layer, high-density EVA back padding, hipbelt and shoulder straps are covered with laminated stretch fabric
    • Hydration-compatible design features reservoir pocket and drink tube exit port for on-the-go hydration (reservoir sold separately)
    • Top lid with internal and external pocket is height-adjustable for extra capacity
    • Front pocket with reinforced, abrasion-resistant back is ideal for crampons
    • Reinforced ski carrier, 2 stable ice axe carriers; daisy chain gear carrier and detachable rope fixing strap allow you to lash bulky gear onto the pack
    • Compression straps can be tensioned at the side or the front
    • The Mammut Trion Guide 45 + 7 pack comes with a detachable hipbelt and a spare hipbelt for climbing

    Please note: Mammut products can only be shipped to the U.S., Canada and Mexico.


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    Mammut Trion Guide 45 + 7 Pack Specs
    Best use
    45 + 7 liters
    2,746 + 427 cubic inches
    3 lbs. 11 oz.
    1.67 kilograms
    16.5 - 23 inches
    26 - 46 inches
    Ripstop nylon/ballistic nylon
    1 preshaped frame
    Top / side
    3 + main compartment
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    Adjustable torso
    Fits torso
    Fits waist/hips
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    Suspended mesh back panel
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    Sleeping bag compartment
    Raincover included

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    Mammut Trion Guide 45 + 7 Pack is rated 5.0 out of 5 by 5.
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pack Love this bag... my first trip out was a 3 day backcountry Canyoneering adventure in Death Valley. I tried to fit all my stuff in a BD Epic 45 Pack. It was not big enough. It may have worked if the top load compartment was adjustable, but it is sewn on one side and not expandable. It just flips open if the pack is over stuffed and pushes on the back of your head. This Mammut pack has adjustable straps on all 4 corners of the top compartment that allow it to expand up and swallow a lot more gear. We had to carry 9 liters of water each, with food and winter cold gear, light tent, ropes, canyon gear, etc. At the start, my pack weighed in at 62lbs! This is WAY over the recommended use. But, it all fit and after our 8mile trans alluvial fan hike, I was able to strip all the weight and use it as my day pack from base camp for the remainder of the trip. It compressed well and was never in my way. It did not interfere with my harness or helmet. I love that it expands past the 45L... the +7 is more like a +15. The front and top pockets hold a lot of stuff. There are plenty of options to strap gear to the outside as well. We ended up doing 5 canyons in 3 days and the pack held up great. I have since that time done a few more days in DV and a weekend climbing trip... No noticeable wear or tear and all the zippers, seams and haul loop survived the initial overloading. If you do not know, DV Canyoneering and DV rock is about as sharp and abrasive as it gets. This pack held up to that test as is now my go to pack for extended weekend climbing tips as well. All in all a great pack. (and FWIW... fits me great and I am 5'10" and 160lbs, my spine (hip to neck) measurement is about 18.5")
    Date published: 2014-04-15
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great pack for ice climbing This is a great pack as long as you dont overload it. It is not meant to carry more than 25lbs or if you do it may not be comfortable. I have used it on a couple of ice climbing trips and it is perfect for extra clothes food ropes axes it even has its own crampon pouch made of thicker material so they wont puncture through. The padding and support are not there for big loads but, I love it!
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from That's just my bag baby I purchased this bag a year ago and it has held tough through every mixed situation the Chugach mountains could throw at it. Back in February I was caught in a sudden wind storm that threw 100+ mph winds at me, the bag can even be considered aerodynamic after that trip. Even when i overload it, I stay comfortable. Love the exterior gear options, ski straps, axe loops, cramps pouch, rope strap, and even the gear loops on the belt. I have used every intended aspect of this bag. Even my ice tools strap easily and securely to the axe loops. Buy Mammut now and you wont have to later.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from You get what you pay for! Best use is for day trip climbing. Awesome design for carrying rope without a rope bag (fastens rope to top of bag under the top-flap. This is one of the most comfortable packs and waistbands I've hiked. I really like the zipper that allows access to main compartment. Rescue whistle for emergencies and perfectly designed H2O pouch for a bladder is a plus.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 5 out of 5 by from Bomber! I use this pack as my mid-size 1-2 day pack. I do a lot of bushwhacking and scrambling with it. It is a VERY durable, well made pack. I took it through 2 miles of bushwhack class IV-V (second growth monoculture spruce, 1-3 ft. spacing on a very steep slope) and it came out the other side with only a few minor cosmetic scrapes, which is a lot less than my arms and face came out with. I would be comfortable taking this pack in absolutely any condition: sport climbing, longer multipitch climbing, scrambling, and bushwhacking. I don't usually use it skiing, as it's a bit large for what I normally do (randonee day trips), and I like to go light when skiing in general. This pack is not light, it is bomb-proof. It is very easy to load, with slight reinforcement around the lower drawstring on the main compartment, which I like. The side zip is burly and makes it easy to access water. The crampon pocket is nicely sized, but I wish the top pocket didn't cover it up when it was closed. The axe attachments work great for ice axes or a rock hammer, but aren't too great for poles, unfortunately. I like the removable hip belt. In general the suspension/carrying comfort level is on par with what I'd expect from a gregory, which is saying a lot. I can move my arms and head freely while wearing the pack, provided I pack it correctly. Overall, very strong and efficient pack. Really doesn't have any gimmicks that just get torn up over time. I expect to be able to easily sew/patch it when it does break down, which I don't expect to happen any time soon.
    Date published: 2014-03-21

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