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Mammut Cargo Light
    Mammut Cargo Light
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    • Mammut Cargo Light

    • £51.74 (RRP:£69.00, Save 25%)

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    Description

    The Mammut Cargo Light is a holdall perfect for expedition and travel ideal for the those are weight conscious when travelling. Its 50% more lightweight than the standard Mammut Cargon and isvailable in sizes from a weekend-away 40 litres through to trips to far off places 90 litres.

    The backpack shoulder straps have soft padding to make carrying your load comfortable. Your gear is easily organised with internal compartments. Versatile side and front compression straps enable the volume to be tailored to your needs if full capacity is not required. The Cargo Light can also be cleverly be stored away in its own internal pocket.

    Mammut Cargo Light Features

    • Backpack straps
    • Spacious main compartment
    • External compartment
    • Compressable into external zipper pocket
    • Daisy chain gear carrier
    • Removable compression straps which can be tensioned at the side and front
    • Internal organistaion coimpartments
    • Main fabric: 400D Nylon Ripstop
    • Base fabric: 420D Nylon

    Volume Weight Dimensions
    40L 500g 62 x 32 x 33cm
    60L 570g 67 x 33 x 36cm
    90L 670g 77 x 36 x 39cm
    Colour:
    Titanium



    Customer Reviews of Mammut Cargo Light

    Mammut Cargo Light Review
    Bruno
    Verified Buyer
    Norfolk

    Good things come in small packages, and that rings true for this bag. Packed away it's the size of a zip lock sandwich bag, but opened up it's more than capable of stashing away enough for a 5 day trip to the Isle of Skye including walking gear.

    Once done with it, had that 'oh no, it's got to fold back into the pocket' feeling. But it effortlessly went back in, and now only have to find space to store a sandwich bag rather than a 60l bag.

    Having it used it only the once, cannot tell of longevity, but the material seems very robust and being a Mammut product would hope there's many more trips in it's future. Also being able to have it as a duffle bag or backpack is an added bonus.

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