Pure luxury for two, comfort for three and made for four! The new Exped Gemini IV features a large canopy combined with a huge vestibule for a low 5.2 kg (incl. all accessories).

High volume yet lightweight and weatherproof top-loader that can comfortably bear weights up to 35 kg. A waterproof lid pocket and other functional features make it the perfect expedition and winter adventure pack. Stepless torso length adjustment.

Now available at an outdoor speciality retailer near you: Versatile and mobile. The Lightning pack is made for “Fast & Light” adventures. An extremely lightweight top loader with roll-top closure. The unique T-Rex suspension system minimizes contact points. Pack body can be fully compressed, enhancing load control. The suspension system shines with simple and quick adjustability and superb mobility of hips and torso.  Outdoor Industry Award winner.

MOUNTAIN LITE 20

Compact daypack for any mountain activity.

This super compact and lightweight pack feels at home from the foothills to mountain peaks or on a long climb. Extremely versatile daypack with front compression to reduce volume or secure gear within easy reach.

MOUNTAIN LITE 30 / 40

Sleek, compact and lightweight alpine pack for daytrips.

 

The name says it all: Exped’s indestructible “workhorse”

Mountain climbing, hiking, icefall climbing, canyoning, caving, paddling or commuting to work – no limits to the activities for a Torrent pack.

Exped wins the points: 6 Exped products get tested and reviewed in the most prestigious yearly US outdoor gear almanac, the Backpacker Gear Guide!

That’s as good as Fondue and Schnaps up in the Alps and makes us proud.

The Exped Venus II extremely proved its value up in Lapland! On the one hand regarding setup and comfort and on the other stability in the, at times, tremendous winds it had to withstand!

The winds were calm during most of the day. I arrived at a deserted beach, surrounded by high mountains which gave it the perfect touch. The ideal spot for setup on a windless day. It started to snow and in the beginning all was nice and calm.

But that changed rapidly and phenomenally. I was suddenly in the midst of a storm! Here I was, exposed between the open sea and land. Disaster!

No one has experienced more in an Exped Ergo Hammock Combi than Lukas who just completed the 4286 km long Pacific Coast Trail, that follows the length of the USA from the southern border of Canada down to Mexico. Lukas did it the hard way from North to South. Lukas was a driving force behind the development of the Ergo Hammock. He spent 5 years working on prototypes he tested mainly on hikes here in Switzerland. On his PCT hike he used a custom made ultralight version with smaller tarp, lighter fabrics, shorter zippers etc.

Here an extract from his journal:

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