TRAD 28 S DRY
Colour: just blue
Back length and volume
This product contains no environmentally harmful per- or polyfluorinated chemicals (PFCs).
This product was manufactured under fair working conditions in conformity with Fair Wear Foundation.
For rugged climbing adventures in all weathers
Weatherproof, lightweight and versatile climbing backpack for alpine activities
- Waterproof material and full access to equipment fastenings
- Particularly robust and tear and scuff-resistant
- Comfortable: Back system and optimal load distribution
Whether you’re out in the alps or on the world’s great rockfaces: The weather can suddenly and unexpectedly change on long alpine climbing tours. That’s not a problem with the TRAD DRY 28S, because it keeps everything inside dry and protected on your way from A to B.
The outer material is extremely robust, tear/scuff resistant and waterproof, so it can withstand even the wildest of rock climbs. And the high-frequency welding technique used on this lightweight climbing backpack ensures all seams are waterproof. Your equipment can bequickly accessed in any weather via the rolltop, and the attachment options for helmet, rope and ice axe can still be used because they are not obscured by a rain cover. The comfortable Full Contact Light back system is lightweight and ensures great stability and weight distribution.In the interests of the environment, the TRAD DRY 28S is also especially environmentally friendly, as it has no DWR coating and is thus PFC free.
The TRAD DRY 28S is thus a clever, reliable climbing partner that has been streamlined down to the essentials: So now there’s nothing to stand in the way of your rock-face adventures!
Area of usage
Product features Product features
- Top loader
- Chest strap with signal whistle
- Rope attachment
- Ice axe and hiking pole loops
- pole fastening
- Helmet net
- Compression strap
- Gear loops
- Emergency Card
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