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Comments about Mammut Trion Light 40 Pack:
The Trion Light is a fantastic pack. I have the bright green version from last year, and I have to say, I'm bummed that they're not doing it again this year. This review is after using the pack for about a year.
I bought the Trion Light to fill a need for a very lightweight, simple, waterproof pack for alpine climbing and summer/shoudler season backpacking. The pack's roll-top drybag-like design and removable waterproof lining makes this the perfect snow/rain (Northwest) backpack. I can just throw in my gear, clothing, electronics without worrying about them getting wet. It's also extremely lightweight, so those of you looking for a heavily padded, soft cushy pack should probably look elsewhere. It's definitely aimed more towards the minimalist crowd. That being said, it's still one of the most comfortable packs I've ever used. The fit is excellent, doesn't shift when climbing, and is low-profile so that you can jam yourself between rocks.
I've scraped it against rocks, trees, and ice, and don't have any concerns about its surface ripping. There are a number of pack loops and ax loops that all come in handy. The side straps are useful, though my only complaint about this pack is that two of the four straps on the sides are fairly weak. The buckles will pop open if tightened too aggressively (using the same amount of force I would on my other packs that don't have this problem). I like the pack so much, though, that I'll probably sew on a different type of buckle so that I can still use it.
Overall, I am extremely happy with my Trion light and I foresee it lasting quite a long time for me!
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