Found a better price? We’ll match it. Learn more
Home Page

Detail Images

Current Color

Mammut Neon Speed 15L Backpack

Add Protect+ Powered by Extend™

Neon Speed 15L Backpack

It's not an approach pack or a "bring all your stuff for a chill day at the crag" pack, but the Mammut Neon Speed 15L Backpack is a small, slim, and lightweight pack designed to actually wear while you're on long multi-pitches. Its Contact Basefit suspension helps it sit close your back so it won't move and peel you off tough holds, and the VenTech breathable fabrics keep your back and shoulders from getting excessively sweaty while you're pulling down. Gear loops and multiple small pockets can hold carabiners, draws, slings, cams, and other extra gear, and you can stow your trekking poles and ice tools in the special loops when you're on your way to and from the crag. The Neon Speed also has a separate hydration compartment to prevent leaks, a stowable hip belt that's easy to stash away when you need full freedom of movement, and a zippered volume extension that lets you bring along extra gear if you think things might get a little dicey.

  • Small, slim, light backpack designed for multi-pitch climbs
  • Stable Basefit suspension with Ventech well-ventilated fabrics
  • Attachments for ice axes, trekking poles, and climbing ropes
  • Separately accessible hydration reservoir compartment
  • Zippered external and shoulder strap pockets
  • Item #MAM01BW

210D nylon ripstop
15L (915cu in)
Contact Basefit
Waist Belt
Hydration Compatible
1 zippered top, 1 zippered shoulder strap, 1 zippered front
Gear Loops
Ice Axe Carry
Trekking Pole Carry
16 x 9 x 6in
Claimed Weight
Recommended Use
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

Tech Specs

What do you think about this product?


>Rating: 4

I love this pack for Multi-pitches.

I've used it several times
True to size

I bought this pack for days where my climbing partners and I can pack light and only bring a small amount of gear each. This pack took a small, basic rack, a pair of climbing shoes, a harness, chalk bag, 2liters of water, some snacks, and my helmet. Gearing up for a climb we stored everything in another bag and I carried our approach shoes and water in my pack. This pack handled amazingly. The gear loops helped on longer routes where my harness started to fill up, and it really wasn't that noticeable on the wall. It has absolutely no structure to it so it's VERY floppy and somewhat hard to get on if it's got anything in it. But it made a day of climbing a lot easier and a lot more fun for me and my partners.