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Lightweight with a slim profile for unrestricted movement on alpine routes.

Fully equipped for technical alpine use, the Mammut Trion Element 40 Backpack weighs in at just under three pounds and features a slim body-hugging profile for unrestricted movement while you climb. The aluminum V-Frame and high-density EVA back panel provide rigid support for heavy loads while gear loops on the waist-belt and a daisy chain keep necessary hardware close at hand.

  • Adjustable shoulder straps and a waist-belt with Air-Mesh covers and EVA back padding allow you to comfortably carry heavy loads during alpine pursuits
  • The adjustable 6mm aluminum Motion V-Frame provides rigid support for heavy loads
  • Top lid with two pockets allows access to the main compartment
  • Side ski carry attachment securely holds your boards when not in use
  • Two external ice axe carriers hold your tools
  • Rope fixing strap keeps a drag line out of the way
  • Removable waist-belt with gear loops keeps draws and ice screws close at hand
  • Daisy chain gear carrier keeps your hardware organized
  • Lateral compression straps can be tensioned from the front of the pack
  • Compatible with a hydration system

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Great for Ski Mountaineering

Great for Ski Mountaineering

Skiing off the summit of Cotopaxi with the Mammut Trion Element 40

5 5

Minimalist, Light Weight, Durable

  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

This pack is great. It's durable and handles a heavy load. I like the minimalist design and functionality of its straps that allow for a nice, close fit to the body when climbing with skis on your back or navigating terrain. Recently, I put this pack to the test in Ecuador, climbing Rucu Pichincha, Iliniza Norte and Cotopaxi. I loved the pack for all three climbs. Each climb was different, allowing me to really see how well this thing performs under various conditions. I'm impressed, especially for ski mountaineering. Glad I picked this up as I'm going to be using for seasons to come.

Minimalist, Light Weight, Durable