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Mammut Trion Guide 45 Plus 7 Backpack - 2746cu in

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    A versatile pack for any alpine endeavor.

    Mammut's Trion Guide 45 + 7 Backpack caters to the four-season climber who isn't easily dissuaded from alpine activities once winter blows in. When the summer months lead you to high elevation granite routes, the Trio Guide will carry everything you need for the ascent with a rope fixing strap under the lid, daisy chain gear haulers, and gear loops at the removable hip belt. The hip belt allows you comfortably wear a harness with the pack still on. Once winter makes you switch out your approach shoes for a pair of ski boots, the Trion Guide will remain on your gear list with a grip of ski-friendly features like the side ski carry straps, two secure ice axe loops, and a large main compartment with both top and side access points for when you need to access avy gear quickly.

    • Motion Butterfly suspension system
    • Two-layer EVA back padding
    • Roll-top access
    • Side panel access
    • Removable hip belt
    • Tritan ripstop nylon (5000mm)
    • Hydration system compatible
    • Ice axe loops
    • Trekking pole loops
    • Side ski carry
    • Rope fixing strap under top lid
    • Lateral compression straps
    • Daisy chain gear loops
    • Item #MAM00CL

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [body] 420D nylon ripstop, [base] 600D nylon
    Volume
    2746 + 427 cu in
    Support/Suspension
    Butterfly, EVA back panel
    Shoulder Straps
    EVA foam
    Waist Belt
    yes
    Hydration Compatible
    yes
    Access
    top
    Gear Loops
    yes
    Ice Axe Carry
    yes
    Trekking Pole Carry
    yes
    Compression
    yes
    Claimed Weight
    3 lb 7.7 oz
    Recommended Use
    alpine & expedition, backcountry touring, ski mountaineering
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

    Tech Specs

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    Sturdy and Slim

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    In addition to being a solid alpine pack, the Trion Guide 45+7 is an awesome cragging pack. The side zipper is crucial, and the roll top allows you to really stuff your pack full if needed.

    One note - like one of the other reviewers, I'm about 5'7", 143lbs, 29-30" waist, and the padded waist strap just baaaarely fits. I had to cut off the elastic strap keepers to allow the belt to cinch down far enough. Hopefully Mammut changes this in future editions.

    great backpack

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    i climb with the trion guide 45 +7 and it was confortable, i don't like the waist belt of this back pack, its too large, a'm 5,8" and 140 lbs and i don't feel it fit on my waist; otherwise, great product, nice space in, comfortable shoulder straps, amazing construction

    great backpack

    Love the Color, LOL

    • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

    I summit Chola Mountain with the Mammut Trion Guide. I have used it 16 days. I think it's little small for Alpine Mountaineering,maybe 50L is better。

    in the Summit day I carry it have 19 hours,I don't felt any Uncomfortable,so I think it's prefect to help me finish this climibing mission。

    if the side belt more longer is better ,I have thick pad,it's hard to bundle on the side,so i change a thin pad。

    ps:forgive my poor english

    Love the Color, LOL

    Where would be the best place to strap on either snowshoes or crampons to this pack? Or would there be a better pack for snowshoes/crampons?

    Would this pack make a good all around crag pack or is it more specialized for mountaineering and alpine climbing?

    Hey Kai,

    You are correct in thinking this is more suited to mountaineering and alpine climbing. This bag could certainly work, but many crag-specific packs are much tougher to stand up to that type of daily abuse. The most durable fabric on this pack is 600Denier on the base, where something like this Black Diamond pack has 1200Denier all-around - http://www.backcountry.com/black-diamond-creek-50