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Size

Mammut Trion Spine 50 Pack - Men's

(1/1)

-It is bulky/heavy, (particularly shoulder and hip straps), I understand it's certainly not designed/marketed for true alpinists/climbers as we prioritize “fast and light”, but there are some features here(spine tech, full zipper access, durability, and Cool-factor, that I believe could really catch on, if lightened up and re-sized just a bit. Do it do it do it, please.🙂

Negative
Tyler N.
7 months ago

Zipper

Compartment

Mammut Trion Spine 50 Pack - Men's

(1/1)

It has a zip pocket on the brain, a small zip pocket on the interior (with a key clip), a zip pocket on the left hip, and a larger (~50 cm x 25 cm) zip pocket that is on the inside panel of the exterior-access U-zip.Mammut Trion Spine 50 — U-Zip & Internal PocketsAccess to the Trion Spine 50’s main compartment is quite easy with a large cinch-top opening and a huge U-zip on the front that gives access to the full inside of the pack and the large internal zip pocket. I really appreciate the big U-zip. A lot of packs in this category have a side zip, which gives decent access to one side of the pack

Positive
1 month ago

Strap

Mammut Trion Spine 50 Pack - Men's

(1/1)

Straps, and AttachmentsThe Trion Spine 50 has a pretty standard feature set when it comes to straps and accessory attachments.The Trion Spine 50 has two compression straps on each side that double as A-frame ski carry or vertical snowboard carry. There are also two different ways to attach ice tools / axes — a traditional loop and a more modern internal sleeve / buckle system that accommodates for more radically shaped tools. The pack also has small velcro straps to secure the handles of the tools, and both tool attachments work as expected

Positive
1 month ago