Warthog 40L


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Built around a full spec alpine feature set, the Warthog 40L is a versatile pack that can be stripped down, making it up to 100 g lighter.

The Warthog has been updated to be lighter and even more minimalist. It is a bold and uncompromising pack for the most serious and committing alpine objectives.Built on our new pack fit platform and offered in two sizes, the fit and carry of the Warthog set it apart. Our innovative hybrid laminated shoulder straps is inspired by climbing harness construction to produce a carry system which is super low profile but offers high load distribution and comfort. Carbonate coated fabrics shed off snow and ice and make this bag ever more robust for intensive use in winter conditions.

Technical information

• Material: 210D Robic Nylon ripstop main body fabric - PFC free, Bluesign approved material and permanent fluorocarbon-free weather shedding face coating
• Volume:
Dimensions: 63*29*29 cm and offered in two fits (S/M and M/L)
Weight: 700 g / min 600 g stripped
• Removable high density Atilon frame sheet
• Removable waist belt with floating hip pads
• Removable side compression straps
• Dual ice axe holders
• Strippable side compression
• Helmet holder compatible
• External accessory pocket with protected zip opening.
• Low profile carry system with harness inspired shoulder straps for an improved fit and carry
• 3d ice tool sleeve for unmatched tool security
• Integrated rope carry system.
• Internal secondary accessory pocket with key clip

Customer Reviews

Based on 1 review
First use in Tatra mountains

I took the warthog to the Tatra mountains in Poland for its first use. The adjustable side straps made it incredibly flexible when I wanted to be less bulky whilst on the slopes but also still fit all the group kit I needed when going up into the mountains. These plus all the attachment points made fixing crampons, ice axe, snow shoes and a rope all a very easy and comfortable thing to do.

One negative thing to note is that the ice axe holder at the base of the base is slightly too wide for 2/3 ice axes I tried to carry. I managed to do the old fashioned method but it’s worth changing if that is important to you.

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