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Nirvana 35L Backpack

5 out of 5 stars
2 Reviews

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Nirvana 35L Backpack

The Mammut Nirvana 35L Backpack brings zen-like balance to the backcountry when you're touring for a day. It has a U-frame that keeps things stable even when you have skis or a snowboard attached, and the waist belt is detachable for quick "one-and-done" tours. This pack can also attach ice axes, ski poles, helmets, and trekking poles, leaving room inside for a hydration reservoir—which has its own dedicated sleeve—and all your personal necessities. You can access the main compartment through the back panel, even with a snowboard or skis attached, and the front compartment has organization for your shovel and probe. Skis can be carried A-frame style or diagonally, and a soft-lined goggle compartment keeps your eyewear safely accounted for.


  • Touring pack has cleverly laid out organized ways to carry your gear
  • Spacious 35L capacity comfortably carries extra nutrition and layers
  • Dedicated avalanche pocket keeps your shovel and probe accessible
  • Two ski carry options and snowboard attachment supply versatility
  • Partially recycled materials layup gives you peace of mind
  • Item #MAMU59J
Responsible Collection
[main] 300D recycled polyester, [finish] DWR
35L (2136cu in)
Contact U frame
Shoulder Straps
EVA padding
Waist Belt
EVA padding, detachable
Hydration Compatible
front panel, back panel
1 front avalanche equipment, zippered hip belt
Ski Carry
diagonal, A-frame
Snowboard Carry
Helmet Carry
Ice Axe Carry
20.9 x 11 x 12.2in
Claimed Weight
3lb 6.3oz
Manufacturer Warranty
2 years

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5 out of 5 stars

April 20, 2023

Outperforms all of my other touring bags

I've put it through the wringer

I don't usually leave reviews but this bag is worth talking about. There are a bunch of features that really make this bag better than most ski touring bags. This bag features both a back access zip panel so you can load / pack the whole bag easily and a top access zipper to access the same main compartment. Back panel bags are great for your initial pack of the day where you can place everything neatly in the bag. However as the day goes on you use different things from your bag and sometime opening the whole back panel is pretty annoying, especially when trying to stuff a large puffy in and then zip it up. This usually ends in zipping the puffy or things shifting because you need to compress and zip at the same time. Thankfully this bag also has a top zipper to access the main compartment. This means you can stuff things and access items without spilling everything out of the back panel while on a steep pitch. Most ski bags only have the back access panel or the top zip, having both makes this bag far more useful in the backcountry. All of the webbing ski carry straps on the side have a locking feature so the weight of the skis being carried on the bag doesn't slowly loosen them over the course of your climb. This is a simple yet amazing feature. Lastly, the organization en ergonomics of the bag are well thought out. Small pockets, lined compartments, extra pockets in normal dead spaces in other bags, easy helmet sling attachment points, load lifter straps that work, I could go on. I've used bags by Arc'teryx, Black Diamond, Dakine, The North Face, and Patagonia. This one has the best features from each of those bags in one neat package. This bag is legit.

Christopher undefined
5 out of 5 stars

November 11, 2022

Best Touring Pack in it's Class

I've used it several times

I could go on and on, but I will try to keep this short and sweet. It has back entry, can carry your skis (or splity) in any configuration you want, and it reminds me of a bag from Harry Potter that is magically bottomless. Coming from a similarly sized airbag pack I am still amazed how my room there seems to be, and how many pockets there are for organization. You could get something slightly lighter, but I have found that you quickly lose structure and organization. I would take a lil heavier pack that is easy to use in a rescue scenario when lives are at stake and time is critical

Andrew A