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Mammut Flight 35
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Mammut Flight 35

 

Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Mammut Flight 35

Manufacturer: Mammut

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Page By: TomtenVoorde

Created/Edited: May 16, 2010 / May 16, 2010

Object ID: 7097

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Product Description

The Mammut Flight 35 technical pack is designed for fast and light alpine tours when a day trip might mean 24 hours.

- Butterfly™ Back System uses a lightweight, ergonomically shaped aluminum frame to distribute weight between pack, hipbelt and shoulder harness
- Butterfly suspension system flexes to allow a climber's back to rotate easily
- Molded back panel wicks away perspiration and vents excess body heat
- Padded hipbelt distributes load to improve balance, and it can be removed when using a climbing harness with the pack
- Hydration-compatible design features a reservoir sleeve with hanging tabs and a sip-tube exit port for on-the-go hydration (reservoir sold separately)
- A lid pocket with water-resistant zipper stashes a headlamp, maps, batteries and other small essentials
- Durable Hypalon® exoskeleton lets you lash on crampons or other sharp winter gear and tools
- Pack also features 2 burly attachment points for bent- and straight-shaft ice axes

Features

Access / Loading: Top
Approximate volume: 2,135 cu. in. / 35 liters
Average weight: 2 lbs. 15 oz.
Fits torso: 17 - 22 inches
Fits waist/hips: 30 - 45 inches
Frame material: Aluminum/HDPE
Gender: Unisex
Material(s): Nylon
Number of pockets: 1 + main compartment
Number of stays: 1 torsional
Sleeping bag compartment: No

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TomtenVoordeSimple

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A simple, straightforward pack. Very lightweight and fits just about everything you'll need on alpine tours. Sturdy ice axe lashes. The whole pack is not too waterproof, but I don't think of that as too much of a drawback.
Posted May 16, 2010 6:54 am

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