The tapered pack body profile leads to an improved close to body fit.
A large opening to the main compartment allows for efficient loading and unpacking.
Most of our packs stand upright on their own with no need for a tree or rock to lean on.
Light grey or white inner coatings increase contrast and visibility within the pack.
Lid closure with breakproof aluminum Rapide Hooks.
Virtually waterproof in design with fully taped seams, a downpour will not drench spare clothes, chalk bag, or guide book.
All adjustable straps have velcro tidies to keep the strap ends from flapping in the wind.
Removable slim shaped hipbelt carries the weight without obstructing a climbing harness.
Transparent, removable, and weatherproof document bag made of high quality UV resistant TPU film. Can be used to hold hydration bladder, wet gear, first aid kit, MP3 players, etc.
Shovel shaft and avalanche probe are securely stowed in the pack by elastic loops and are easily accessed when needed.
Ice axe stash function: slide the ice axe diagonally through the grey grab handle.
2 internal gear loops for organization: clip climbing hardware here to keep it out ofthe bottom of the pack. 4 multi-purpose webbing straps are included.
Elastic pen holders are integrated in lid pocket. The carabiner here also serves as a practical key holder.
Seal the pack with the fold and roll closure in wet weather. The draw cord gathers and controls the top part of the pack.
Place the ski pair between your back and pack on the shoulder harness straps. Not the most comfortable option, but quick and easy for short stretches.
For the minimalists out there who ski with a pin binding (like Dynafit, Plum etc.)and without hipbelt can use an attachment technique that works without straps and other attachment aids.
Just use two of the included quick release webbing straps.
Modular: skis can also be attached diagonally to the front of the pack.
Quick and easy pack side ski attachment.
Depending on ski-length and personal preference, place the included webbing straps in the desired loop of the daisy-chain.
Lateral ski attachment made easy: feed the 4 included webbing-straps (2 on each side of the pack) through the daisy chains. The strap length can be adjusted steplessly depending on ski-width.
In order to secure the skis, clip the karabiner (found in the interior lid pocket) to the drawcord and run the cord through the grey webbing loop as a pulley.
Innovative one handed operation of the lid with Rapide Hooks crafted of lightweight aluminium.
Quick closing option: use only one carabiner attached to the central loop.
Trekking poles attach quickly to the side of the pack. Skis, snowshoes, snowboards, etc. can also be secured to the front using the 4 included webbing straps.
Apart from the two standard ski attachment techniques (lateral and diagonal), when in open country the skis can also be clamped under the pack lid without the need of additional straps. This technique is actually very comfortable as the skis are positioned close to the body and the load sits right next to the shoulders.
The Mountain Pro 30 is the classic within the EXPED backpack range. This purist, weatherproof all-rounder is the perfect companion for alpine day touring in both summer and winter.
The single-compartment backpack was developed in collaboration with mountain guides who appreciate the absence of unnecessary features. Removable features allow up to 400g in weight savings.
Depending on the load, the lid pocket can be fastened either with a center-mounted carabiner or two side straps with aloy hooks. Four included webbing straps and five exterior daisy chains provide attachment options for gear.
The weatherproof, seam-taped fabric with a 3000 mm water column keeps contents dry. Thanks to the optimized pack shape and close fit, freedom of movement is guaranteed during any activity. The anatomically shaped and padded shoulder straps ensure a high carrying comfort.
3000 mm water column
Oeko-Tex® 100 certified
Oeko-tex certified material
Oeko-Tex® is a testing and Certification system for raw materials and finished products. EXPED does not feature fully tested products. The listed products aren't certified under this standard. Only accordingly specified materials are certified.
Made in China: Jasper Outdoor Products
Founded in 1996, Jasper Outdoor Products is one of the world's leading manufacturers of outdoor products.