MAMMUT First Trion 12l black inferno - children's backpack 12l

  • MAMMUT First Trion - children's backpack 12l

    The children's First Trion model from the new MAMMUT spring collection of outdoor gear is the right choice for your little ones. The backpack is made of 300D Polyester Ballshadow material.

    The backpack offers filling from the top and a very comfortable carry thanks to the, padded waist belt and shoulder straps. It is especially suitable for trips and hikes.

    • ContACT™ back system
    • Top filling
    • Slim waist belt
    • Lumbar belt pocket
    • Reflective seams
    • Name and address label
    • Padded shoulder straps and waist belt
    • Water reservoir compatible
    • Ideal for children 4 years and older

    Material: 300D Polyester Ballshadow
    Dimensions: 50 x 28 x 25 cm
    Weight: 530 g

    Place an order MAMMUT children's backpack 12l, today at a discount 20%

    • Product parameters
    • Manufacturer: MAMMUT
    • Product code: 2510-0311012-0575
    • colour : Black
    • volume : 12 L
    • sex : unisex

  • MAMMUT First Trion 12l black inferno

    First Trion 12l black inferno
  • Mammut stands for functionality, design and unrivalled Swiss quality since 1862. Equipment, clothing and accessories for skiing, mountaineering, climbing and more. Free shipping. Mammut, Jackets, sweaters, pants, boots, equipment, accessories, t-shirts.

    Mammut Sports Group AG is a manufacturer of mountaineering and trekking equipment based in Seon, Switzerland. The company was founded in 1862 by Kaspar Tanner in Dintikon. Today, Mammut employs 200 people at its headquarters and several hundred more employees work in various facilities around the world. The central warehouse for Europe is located in Memmingen, Germany, which is constantly being expanded. 

    Together with the German company Edelrid, Mammut is the world leader in climbing equipment. Mammut has bought several large companies that sell their products under this brand. These include Toko, which manufactures ski wax, and Raichle, which makes hiking boots.