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Kameron

sold! Mammut Spindrift Guide 45L pack

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Mammut Spindrift Guide 45L backpack

asking $60

A ski mountaineering specific pack. Good size for overnights and longer, or can be stripped down for technical day trips. Easily carries camping, glacier, and snow safety gear. Probably closer to 60L when fully stuffed but carries okay when less than full.

Features: removable metal frame (can replace with a foam pad for lighter weight and more versatility), shovel/probe pouch, side zip access, zippered hip pouch, gear loops, rope carrier strap, side compression straps. Clip ice tool carry works with modern tools and allows easy access while wearing the pack. Carries skis in a-frame and diagonal configurations. Probably could carry a splitboard, but I'm not sure.

Modifications: added a bungee crampon carrier, cut off the brain so that it can be optionally removed.

It's a nice pack that I've taken up a bunch of peaks. In fair condition. Some stitching is getting loose in non-critical areas but could be repaired.

Email kamdh@uw.edu for fastest response. I'm in Fremont, Seattle.

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