• 176cm S

Actual volume

Length

Height

Back length (size system)

Width

Weight

32 L
32 l
26 cm
54 cm
S (43.5 cm)
31 cm
960 g
  • Actual volume

    Length

    Height

    Back length (size system)

    Width

    Weight

    32 L
    32 l
    26 cm
    54 cm
    S (43.5 cm)
    31 cm
    960 g
Aenergy ST 32 Women - highway-marine, 32 L product image

Aenergy ST 32 Women - highway-marine, 32 L

For extended ski tours

The Aenergy 32 Women has shoulder straps, a hip belt and back dimensions tailored specifically for women to ensure excellent wearing comfort. The backpack is lightweight, compact and has plenty of room for the equipment you need on extended ski touring adventures. The aluminum frame optimizes load...
  • Ski Touring

  • Suspension system

    CONTACT V Frame™

  • Rain cover

    No

  • Carrying system tailored to the female anatomy
  • large full zipper to allow complete access to the main compartment
  • Internal compartment for avalanche safety equipment
  • Large mesh pockets on the shoulder strap
  • Elasticated chest strap for optimum comfort and a perfect fit
  • Integrated helmet carrier
  • Diagonal and A-Ski carrying systems
  • Snowboard carrier
  • 2 attachments for ice ax and trekking poles
  • Hydration system-compatible
  • 2 zipper pockets
  • Hip belt pocket
  • Rope attachment on flap
  • Aluminum frame for optimum load transfer
  • Lateral compression straps
  • Main material

    100% Polyamide

  • Actual volume

    Length

    Height

    Back length (size system)

    Width

    Weight

    32 L
    32 l
    26 cm
    54 cm
    S (43.5 cm)
    31 cm
    960 g
  • PFC-free durable water repellent (DWR)

    Perfluorinated compounds (PFCs) are often used for waterproofing but are practically non-biodegradable. Mammut is committed to replacing non-biodegradable fabric treatments with more sustainable high-performance alternatives.

  • Fair Wear

    Fair Wear works to ensure fair and safe working conditions in garment factories. The non-profit engages directly with factories, trade unions, NGOs and governments to protect workers’ rights.