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Keep things nice and clean.
The Mammut Neon Light 12 Backpack helps you keep your gear organized and keeps your climbing efficient and fast. The Contact suspension system offers excellent support over a long day, and the removable hip belt can be stowed away when not needed. A separately accessible hydration compartment means you don't have to go thirsty when things get hot, and you can keep snacks and other essentials in the two outer zip pockets. Inner gear loops let you organize pieces you're not using, while an external daisy chain loop lets you keep a few things clipped on for easy access.
- Contact suspension system
- Stowable, removable hip belt
- Separately accessible, hydration system compartment
- Large front zippered pocket
- Small front zippered pocket
- Mesh inner pocket
- Inner gear loops
- External daisy chain loop
- 40cm camera cord
- Q & A
Small but Effective
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
I forgot how small 700 cu in is, but am quite pleased with the pack. It's small and light, and good to add some extra snacks and water for a longer climb, in addition to some extra gear you can attach. Super lightweight, and small. Obviously limits what you can put in, but prevents you from loading up with too much. Great for a quick hike, a multi-pitch sport/trad climb, or anything else that might require a quick bag with goodies. I have the Black Diamond Bbee 11L, and this Mammut provides some more organization that the Bbee doesn't. Not super necessary for a pack this size, but helpful for keys and stuff to keep them out of the way. Not many pack options in this size with useful exterior attachment points.
Great Pack; Needs sizing options!
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
This pack seemed perfect for what I wanted to use it for. The pack seems to be very well made too. However, it is one size fits all (and that is pretty much never true!) and the fit is too big for me. I am a fairly small female and it is frustrating that we do not have nearly the options that are bigger brethren do when it comes to buying technical gear.