A reliable climbing partner.
Like a good climbing partner, you need to be able to depend on your gear to hold up in the alpine. Designed to withstand surly mountain weather, the Mammut Trea Guide 40 Plus 7 Backpack won't fail when the stakes are high. Maintaining all the features of Mammut's more technical alpine packs, the Trea Guide features a women-specific fit along with the Motion Butterfly suspension system and a supportive aluminum frame. The hip belt can be removed when wearing the pack with a harness, and the lid can be heightened to make room for extra gear as needed. An internal sleeve accommodates a hydration bladder, while gear loops along the front of the pack secure ice axes, skis, and trekking poles for the approach.
- Motion Butterfly suspension system
- Aluminum frame
- High-density EVA back padding
- Top and side access
- Removable hip belt
- Height-adjustable lid
- Tritan ripstop nylon fabric (5000mm)
- Hydration system compatible
- Two ice axe loops
- Vertical ski carry
- Trekking pole loops
- Item #MAM00HM
- Q & A
Great Climbing Pack
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I bought this pack primarily for climbing after years of trying to get away with using backpacking packs for climbing. I really love that this pack is low bulk, but can expand to accommodate plenty of gear when needed. I am pretty small and was happy to find that the one size fits me really well and keeps the weight on my hips, and I like that there isn't a bunch of excess padding and unnecessary pockets. The fabric seems very durable, and the side zipper is very convenient. I got the indigo color and it is awesome! The only thing I would change is to add water bottle pockets, but other than that it is a great pack!