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Why make a simple thing complicated?
Simplicity's a wonderful thing if it's done correctly, and the Mammut Creon Tour 28 Backpack is a fine example of exactly that. It ditches all the nonsense features that you find on so many packs for a streamlined design that will hold an overnight's worth of gear without bogging you down with unnecessary straps, pockets, and features. Indeed, the feature list is a short one: one front pocket, one lid pocket, two side pockets, a rain cover, a trekking pole carry system, and a sleeve for a hydration reservoir. That's it—that's all. Mammut made the Creon easy to carry by building it on a Contact Stream suspension system, which uses an integrated metal frame to distribute weight evenly and mesh back and shoulder panels to keep you from developing sweaty-back syndrome, which everybody knows and nobody likes.
- Nylon fabrics
- Contact Stream suspension with integrated metal frame
- Anatomically shaped and light padded hip belt and shoulder straps
- Lid pocket and front pocket
- Mesh side pockets
- Trekking pole carry system
- Integrated and detachable rain cover
- Hydration compatible