Mammut Spindrift 30 - Day Backpacks: Reviews

Nov 1, 2010
Outside Magazine
Mammut Spindrift 30 - Day Backpacks: Reviews

   Photo: Shana Novak

Good for Backcountry
If the devil is in the details, this daypack is an unrepentant sidecountry sinner. Whereas most packs have one or two really smart touches, the Spindrift has half a dozen: a bit of mesh at the bottom of the avy-tool pouch so snowmelt can drain; a Velcro strap to keep a shovel and probe where they belong; a removable waist strap and mesh helmet holder; compression straps that lock shut so they won't slip—even with heavy alpine skis. You get the idea. Testers were impressed with how light and sleek this 1,830-cubic-inch pack is, despite all these features. "I'm a minimalist," said one ski guide. "But I would definitely recommend this pack." 3.4 lbs;

Filed To: Men's, Day Packs

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