As you’d expect from Mammut, our winter range is packed full of technical innovation and the highest quality materials. It also features a new range of high grade synthetic sleeping bags and, for the first time, Snowpulse packs. These new ranges both come about as a result of companies Mammut have purchased, Ajungilak and Snowpulse respectively, but Mammut have taken care not to tamper with the great products these manufacturers were already producing. Here’s a few bits and bobs we like:
Mammut’s first Snowpulse pack released under their own name is a bit of a doozy. It uses the Removable Airbag System (RAS) which proved incredibly popular last year as it makes the pack far more versatile. This year’s Ride RAS comes in two sizes, 22 and 30L designed to cover most day touring and backcountry scenarios. With the RAS removed you have a great resort pack which can also be used all year round.
The Ajungilak Alpine and Tyin sleeping bags are proper lovely bags which rank high amongst the most protective we sell but the alpine 3 season is the one that’s had me cooing over it in the warehouse. From the pack size you could easily be looking at a three season down bag but in fact it’s a high quality synthetic with all of the advantages that entails in terms of durability and weather resistance. This is a top choice for alpine bivis, backpacking and all round UK use.
The Mammut Rime Pro Jacket is a lightweight synthetic jacket designed to provide low profile warmth. This means that it’s warm enough for a stand-alone belay jacket but for winter alpinism and expedition use it makes a brilliant super-warm midlayer.