A pack built to handle the vertical world.

Calling all mountaineers and climbers who travel smart on day trips or overnight adventures—stash your essentials in the Mammut Trion Element 30 Backpack and make a beeline for the trail. Whether you're on the approach for a tech-oriented day at the crag or just building a campfire out of sight of the road after finishing a via ferrata route, this versatile pack handles it all.

  • Two-layer, high-density EVA back padding includes Air-Mesh cover for comfort without sacrificing ventilation
  • Height-adjustable lid helps store last-minute gear additions, and easily detaches when a minimalist approach is required
  • Detachable hip belt can be stowed to keep from interfering with your harness
  • Side ski attachments and removable ice tool attachments accommodate your winter vertical fixations
  • Side compression straps help with load and space management
  • Hydration compatible for when additional water bottles aren't convenient to store

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3 5

still on the quest for a perfect pack

  • Familiarity: I returned this product before using it

I feel bad giving this pack a low rating. I'm sure it is perfect for the task it was made for. I wanted a killer alpine pack that would carry my splitboard A-frame style. However the sewn ski loops are too narrow for a splitboard or any ski wider than about 135 at the tails. I'll have to send this one back even though it looks like such a great alpine climbing pack.

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Hey Dan, I'm a split boarder and I just bought the Arcteryx Khamski for touring. Maybe that would be more to your liking?

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Hey Dan,

Also a split-rider, I am a huge fan of the BD Outlaw for a touring day pack. 32L does the job. The side compression straps work for carrying your board split, and the back straps handle the load in ride mode. I love the helmet holder and it's nice to have the AvaLung option.

I also carry the BD Anarchist for bigger trips, when carrying a longer rope, or overnights. It's also solid and the side loops do fit a board in split mode. Complaints would be the lack of the helmet holder and no solid-board carrying option.


5 5

Great little crag pack

Super clean, super simple and a great price. Carries great and holds enough for a day crag pack. Not as many features as the Trion Guide but can't beat the price for this euro style backpack.