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Mammut Flip Removable Airbag 3.0 22L Backpack

$529.95 - $530.00

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Why We Like The Flip Removable Airbag 3.0 22L Backpack

The Mammut Flip Removable Airbag 3.0 is a low-profile pack built for our days riding the cat, short day tours, and heli drops (if we're lucky). This 22-liter pack holds food, water, and an extra layer or two so we can head out and earn some fresh turns when the resort gets tracked out.

We love that Mammut's removable airbag system stows in the top of the pack to leave room for more snacks, and that it can be taken out completely for summer day hikes or resort riding. Ski and snowboard carries make it easy to haul your boards while you're booting up a line, and the ice axe loop stashes your tools when you don't need them.

  • Airbag pack for short tours and heli assists
  • 22-liter carrying capacity holds essentials
  • Removable airbag system for four-season use
  • Separate compartment for your safety equipment
  • Durable construction can handle wear and tear
  • Ski and snowboard carry makes bootpacking a breeze
  • Ice axe loop stashes your gear when you don't need it
  • Back panel for easy access to the main compartment
  • Item #MAM00XP

210D nylon
22L (1343cu in)
Flip Removable Airbag 3.0
Deployment System
compressed air
Canister Included
Hydration Compatible
back panel, front panel
1 main compartment, 1 safety pocket, 1 radio
Gear Loops
Ski Carry
Snowboard Carry
Helmet Carry
Ice Axe Carry
8.3 x 21.3 x 10in
Claimed Weight
[without airbag system] 1lb 15oz, [with full system] 5lb 1.1oz
backcountry skiing & snowboarding, snowshoeing
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

Great price point, but a few flaws

I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
True to size

*Disclaimer, we haven't actually skied with the bag yet* Wanted this bag for airbag capabilities. On that front, it'll be great. Started packing it though, and noticed that the beacon, shovel, probe clang around a bunch. Also the straps are super long everywhere. Took some time to get to know the bag and understand the compartments/straps.

>Rating: 5

Great Bag

I've used it several times

Understand the size you're buying if you want to understand the size of the bag. On the smaller side, this bag is great for touring and still can store other gear outside of the PBS kit. Fits well, and everything functions. The best tool I never want to use unless I have to.

>Rating: 5

Awesome Pack

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

I bought this pack for snowmobiling. It is small but definitely packs a punch. It is super comfortable to wear. Very light weight. I love that the avalanche float portion is removable as well. It is a great size for single day use.

>Rating: 3

Small but well built... but small

I've used it several times

This is a really cool bag in a lot of ways. To start with fully loaded its weight is comparable to my empty first gen BCA Float 32. The airbag system takes up much less room than they traditionally have, which is obviously nice. That said there still isn't a lot room to work with. The 22 liter measurement includes all the pockets, including the tool and goggle pockets, as well as the space taken up by the airbag system, so in terms of real usable space it's more like 15 liters or maybe a little less. I wasn't able to get everything I wanted in it, all the essentials but nothing else. The hip belt is also very thin and unpadded so I had trouble getting the pack to sit comfortably on my hips. The fact that the pack is so lightweight meant this wasn't a huge deal but still not what I would have liked. Other than that the pack is quite comfortable to both tour and ski in. I'm not quite sure how I feel about the trigger. The T-Grip shape is definitely nice if you're wearing gloves and is probably easier to grab in an emergency but I worry what it would be like if you were wearing mittens. It seems like it could be dangerously difficult, especially since you'll be looking to grab it in less than a second. Overall I'd say this pack is good but built for a specific person. If you like to run really fast and light with minimal gear but still want the airbag backup plan this is a really great option. If you bring a more standard load with you I'd be looking for something more in the 30 liter range.

>Rating: 5

Excellent Touring Bag

I've used it several times

I got this bag because it was recommended by the American Avalanche Institute for the Avy 1 course, and I'm not disappointed. For the price range especially, relative to other avalanche backpacks, it's a great deal. I like the storage capacity (maybe a few too many pockets for some), which easily holds my shovel, probe, skins, and snacks, as well as the airbag cannister. I had a couple issues with the top zipper, but I think it was just a fluke. The only thing I wish it had is a better mechanism for holding poles (I'm a splitboarder) instead of just the single velcro straps on each side. It did fine, but felt flimsy when not absolutely tight. Overall, though, a great quality bag that I would trust for all my touring needs.


Can you please advise on the appropriate canister to purchase with this? Thanks!

Hey Michael! For this pack, I recommend using the Mammut Refillable Airbag System Cartridge. Here is the link below for you. Let me know if you have any additional questions -


I think you have your weight for the full system listed incorrectly. The Ultralight RAS 3.0 is 4lb 3oz. This pack must weight more. I think just over 5 lbs.

You are right! We just updated the listing to show that it will be 5lb 1.13oz with the cartridge