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Mammut Ducan Spine 50-60L Backpack


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  • Granite/Black, 50-60L

Ducan Spine 50-60L Backpack

Designed as a comfortable backpack that promotes freedom of movement, the Ducan offers a lightweight construction that includes Active Spine Technology that distributes weight over your entire back. Multiple access points allow you to get to your gear easily, while a water-repellent add-on pocket has various attachment options for different scenarios or objectives.
  • A lightweight backpack designed to increase range of motion
  • Nylon fabric is durable and tear-resistant
  • Active Spine Technology evenly distributes weight for added comfort
  • Roll-top and front zipper offer multiple access points to your gear
  • Padded hip belt and shoulder straps reduce pressure points
  • Deployable rain cover defends pack from wet weather
  • Trekking pole holders are located away from the body
  • Water-repellent pocket has multiple attachment options
  • Item #MAMU54A

[face fabric] 91% nylon, 9% polyester, [base fabric] 210D nylon
50 - 60L (3051 - 3661cu in)
Active Spine Technology
Shoulder Straps
Waist Belt
Hydration Compatible
top, front
1 roll top, 1 zippered access, 2 mesh side, 1 zippered hip belt, 1 zippered accessory, 1 water-repellent add-on
Trekking Pole Carry
2 trekking pole holders, speed-pole attachement on hip belt
Rain Cover
integrated, detachable
Claimed Weight
3lb 5.6oz
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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>Rating: 2

used once, not going to hold up well

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size
Size Bought
one size
6` 1"
175 lbs

pretty comfortable suspension system carrying about 40Lbs on a two night trip. But after this first time using it the fabric is looking like it will not hold up well. Lightly used but maybe scraped on the rock putting the pack down and already showing heavy abrasion. Also the compression cord that wraps around the pack just is too small and does not compress the load at all. As tight as you pull the cord it just can't do much. Also near impossible to use the sleeping bag compartment even for a small summer down bag.