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Mammut Neon Gear 45L Backpack


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Neon Gear 45L Backpack

Succinct organization, that's the name of the game that Mammut's Neon Gear 45L Pack is playing for rock climbers. It's like a portable closet for sport climbers, with internal straps that let you hang your quickdraws like jackets, and the external top strap fixes climbing ropes so you can maximize the pack's 45L capacity for a day's worth of essentials. Mammut also added a rope bag to protect your climbing rope from dirty crags. The pack's suspension system includes a rigid Contact U-Frame, ventilated back padding, well-cushioned shoulder straps, and a padded waist belt that you can remove when you aren't hauling heavy trad gear up Indian Creek's steep approaches.

  • Daypack designed specifically for climbing sport or trad
  • 45L capacity suitable for double racks, draws, harnesses, and shoes
  • Exterior strap fixes rope to leave more room inside pack
  • Integrated rope bag gives a clean space to flake your rope
  • Top and back access points ease packing and unpacking
  • Removable waist belt customizes stability
  • Sturdy aluminum frame with ventilated padding at back and shoulder straps
  • Item #MAM010N

[face fabric] 840D nylon jr ballistic
30L (1831cu in)
3D EVA foam, air channels, adjustable aluminum U-frame (5mm)
Shoulder Straps
padded, adjustable, sternum strap
Waist Belt
removable, padded, adjustable
1 zippered top, 1 zippered back
[external] 1 top flap, [internal] 1 large mesh, 1 zippered
Claimed Weight
3lb 1.3oz
Recommended Use
sport climbing, trad climbing
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 3

Great bag with one big design flaw

I returned this product before using it

I used an older version of this bag for several years and loved it. It's spacious and easy to organize. After years of abuse, it was time for a new bag so I ordered the current model. I decided to return it because the new model has a big design flaw. The strap on top of the bag to hold a rope can only be used with the top pocket open, which makes it impossible to use both at the same time. The old model had a separate pocket just for the rope strap, which was much nicer. Because I use the top pocket and the rope strap all the time, this new design doesn't work for me. The rest of the bag seems mostly the same as the old model, which was great. The hip strap is now padded which seems nicer, and the material touching your back is upgraded. I would have loved this bag if it wasn't for the rope strap problem.

>Rating: 5

Best crag pack

I've put it through the wringer
True to size

I love the big back panel opening for easy access. There are plenty of compartments for keys, guidebook, belay glasses, sunscreen etc. The internal gear loops keep items like belay device, lockers easily accessible. Large enough for a day of cragging and then some

>Rating: 4

Amazing Crag Bag

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

I used this bag for a couple weeks. One of my friends liked it so much that he wanted to sell his and buy this one. The back unzips fully for ease of access to all your gear. Two loops inside the pack allow for easy biner storage, and it even comes with a rope tarp. The outside material is waterproof so you don't have to worry about your gear getting soaked. The hip pads are also very comfortable which can be a rare find in a crag bag. I wish it had some kind of side storage for a waterbottle or climbing shoes, but I that's alright! It's not the easiest for storing both rope and all your other gear, so you kind have to pick and chose. I just carried my rope in my rope bag instead.

>Rating: 2

Not what it seems

I returned this product before using it

From the images it looks like the rope bag is a part of the pack, but it isn’t. The pack comes with a rope tarp for you to roll up and put in it. For an empty pack, you can get much better. Also seems smaller than 45L.

>Rating: 5

Great bag for sport and gym climbing

I've put it through the wringer

This bag is well-designed and functional as a crag bag or for hauling back and forth to the climbing gym. I really appreciate having the waist belt be removable, which is how I use it as my regular gym bag. The rope storage bag is great, and having the full back panel open up makes it super easy to access everything inside when loading/unloading. The internal loops toward the top of the pack for hanging quickdraws are a nice feature - they really help keep them out of the way when not in use, and not tangled up when I want to access them. Plenty of room for a helmet, lunch, water bottle, jacket, and various other extras, even with my harness, shoes, and quickdraws inside. There are a couple other internal mesh pockets with zippers, which I use for small extras like a first-aid kit, climbers balm, sweat towel, PA, and keys/wallet/phone.

Hey Marc! Thank you for taking the time to write this awesome and detailed review! I am happy to hear it has been working so well for all your climbing needs!

>Rating: 2

Weak Stitching

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

-not rugged -small -not versatile loosened the carry-straps at the top of the shoulder straps and a thread pulled...just loosening the straps. noticed after less than 48 hours "not overstuffed" (two blankets, two changes of clothes, toiletry bag), one of the side stitches looked like it was pulling. Given that this is brand new, and incredibly light usage for under 48 hours, I'm returning it and buying an Osprey pack rather than putting this through the paces with my trad gear. At the very least, Osprey has a lifetime guarantee. For what it's worth: for 45L, this seems really small. Likely would not fit a 1person tent + sleeping bag. No separate compartments, so no "every day carry / travel" No hydration sleeve pocket. No external compartments for water. loops for trekking poles but not strapped for ice tools.

I don’t think you quite gather what this pack is for….