Mammut Highlights Spring/summer 2008 02 14 16 20
Sleep lab: Ajungilak Altitude at â€“15 degrees.
Trend sport: Slacklining with Stephan Siegrist. Eco-friendly: Mammut ropes. Mission Malaysia: David Lama & Co on expedition.
Mammut test event:
The ﬁrst sleep lab at 2,700 metres altitude.
Alt. 2,755m | Bernese Alps | Graubünden | Switzerland
Whether you’re a mountaineer, free climber, slackliner or fan of the outdoors, we’d like you to help us test our products. It’ll be a good time — we know because we’ve tested the fun factor ourselves already. Last winter 60 Mammut employees, from interns to vice presidents, settled in at 2,700 meters altitude, surrounded by ice, wind and snow, to test our newest sleeping bags. Not possible? It is.
The team did their testing in Corvatsch, high in the Bernese Alps. They snowshoed into the tundra beneath towering Piz Bernina and Piz Roseg in search of brutal winter weather. They found it. At minus 15 degrees, the mood could have gotten chilly. But everyone stayed bright and warm, even after darkness fell.
We told them the emphasis should be on sleeping. Nevertheless, some of the team turned night into day. Just as the altitude test was anything but a tired old event, our testers woke up to the comfort that Mammut sleeping bags provide. Fancy joining us next time? The next test event will take place in the summer with our customers! Register at: www.mammut.ch
Alessandro Accogli | Katrin Ackermann | Martin Beerli | Susanne Bollinger | Röbi Bösch | Pascal Brönnimann | Beat Brun | Kurt Burgener | Nadine Buri | Sabine Busslehner | Leo Caprez | Michael Dängeli | Natalia Dätwyler | Jasmine Ducret | Evelyne Dumont | Christopher Fischer | Albert Gasser | Franziska Gasser | Hanna George | Christian Gisi | Lars Gittermann | Gabi Gratwohl | Stephanie Grunder | Michael Gyssler | Katharina Habermann | Barbara Haldimann | Miriam Haltiner | Nicole Hendriksen | Reto Heutschi | Gabriela Hodel | Augustin Hörler | Peter Huber | Daniela Hug | Giovanni Jussi | Marta Ksiazczak | Andres Lietha Remo Martini | Silvia Matschinger | Cordelia Müller | Zelinda Pahl | Gabriel Peisker | Dean Polic | Dominik Ryser | Guido Schibli | Rolf Schmid | Marco Schneider | Michael Schranz | Stephan Siegrist | Maria Spanring | Iris Staudecker | Gerda Strutzenberger | Hanna Tretter | Frank Trommer | Ernst Urech | Sarah Urech | Oliver Walker | Karina Walz | Jürg Weber | Gesa Wilms | Marco Zemp
The photographer. Robert Bösch from Oberägeri. Photographer, alpine guide and International Mountaineering Book Prize winner. Specializes in outdoor and action photography. Climbed Mount Everest as a photographer and cameraman.
Next test event: Summer 2008 www.mammut.ch/testevent
Mammut sleep lab:
Preparations for the altitude shoot.
Ajungilak Altitude: Extremely good in extreme conditions.
Hot Head Hood for optimum warmth in the head area
LightTX TM interior material saves weight
Wave bafﬂes prevent cold spots better
Weather protective hydrophobic-but-breathable shelterTX TM external fabric
ALTITUDE SHOOT www.mammut.ch/ www.mammut.ch/ testevent testevent
When 60 employees start the journey into the snow-covered high country with their Altitude sleeping bags it’s a unique photo opportunity. But there’s more to the photo process than just pressing a button.
Photographer Röbi Bösch was pretty demanding: “Wait, there’s snow on the rucksack! You back there, where’s your headlamp? Stop, a cloud’s hiding the moon; people lie sideways again! You two back there stop canoodling!” But in the end it was all worth it!
It’s great if you can do your job in your sleep. Relaxed Mammut employees at the product test.
Twin-layer foot box for extra warmth
900 ﬁll power European goose down, 96/4
Stephan Siegrist, Mammut athlete
Mammut down sleeping bags:
Setting the standard for a good night’s sleep.
“Altitude is my favourite Mammut product – don’t go changing it! This sleeping bag has really made the expedition easier. It provides protection, keeps you really warm and is still light and space saving”.
Excellent weight to insulation ratio
Alpine quality down line
06 How well you climb depends on what happens the night before. If you’ve slept well, you’ll be alert enough to spot danger. That’s why Mammut is a member of European Standards Committee. We’re constantly raising safety standards and introducing them to the Committee, so you sleep better — and climb safer.
Ajungilak Altitude The ultimate expedition line | Wave box bafﬂes prevent cold spots best | Weather protection with hydrophobic and breathable external fabric
Ajungilak Taiga Ultra-light down line | H-box design prevents cold spots | Extra warm and light thanks to Performance Hood | For a very comfortable sleep
Hot Head Hood for optimum warmth in the head area
SlideStop Mat Extremely slip-resistant thanks to SlideStop zone on the top and gripTX™ lining | Thermo Foam guarantees superior insulating properties | Very compact and ultra light
Trapeze box design effectively prevents down slippage
D-Lux Pump Mat Warm, compact and comfortable | Minimal weight | Superior insulation thanks to MTI® micro ﬁbres | Foot pump integrated in pillow | 65% more compact
Twin-layer foot box for extra warmth
SoftSkin Mat Combines great comfort and excellent heat insulation | Incredibly soft mat surface | Wave Foam prevents slippage
Mammut synthetic sleeping bags:
Sleeping at its most innovative. Mammut now designs sleeping bags exclusively for women and girls. The bags have excellent heat retention, are particularly comfortable and adapt perfectly to women’s bodies. In addition to female-speciﬁc silhouettes and attractive designs, their new technical solutions are exceptional.
Warmer around the feet with extra insulation
Jacket bafﬂe stops heat loss, arms move freely
Seamless exterior construction prevents cold spots
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“Minus 15 degrees, everybody’s snoring their heads off, what have I got myself into?”
Lucido TR1 The alpine all-rounder | Total Reﬂex Optics with 4 deﬁnition LED | 20m ﬂoodlight | 60 hour lifespan
Comfort Hood for more freedom of movement
Ergonomic foot increases comfort and insulation
Women’s secret pocket
Ultra light and warm with MTI® micro ﬁbres
Thanks to women’s ﬁt, perfect for the female body
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Ajungilak Tosca Sophisticated sleeping bag for women | Thicker ﬁlling for better insulation | Jacket Bafﬂe | Designed to ﬁt women’s bodies
Ajungilak Kompakt Excellent weight to warmth ratio and very small packed volume | New high-performance ﬁlling MIT® 13 | Box construction for more loft and anatomic ﬁt
Ajungilak Tundra Tough, innovative sleeping bag | Durable and moisture resistant | Excellent value | Box construction for more loft and anatomic ﬁt
Ajungilak Little Mammut Sleeping bag length adjustable to child’s growth | Inner fabric kind to skin | Zips on both sides
Mammut alpine clothing:
Extreme Qogir Jacket
An uncompromising prize-winner! This waterproof Soft Shell jacket with innovative ceramic dots for reinforcement, is an ideal companion for ambitious alpine sports athletes.
For everybody heading for the top.
When all the elements seem to be against you, the Extreme Qogir Soft Shell jacket shows what it’s made of. This technically-advanced lightweight uses a unique reinforced fabric with unbeatable durability. The three layer, waterproof material guarantees excellent performance and comfort. Light, durable and compact.
Tough reinforcement material with ceramic dots
Spray-proof YKK zips
Collar width adjustable with one hand
SOFtechTM stretch for excellent water vapour permeability
High-reach sleeves won’t ride up when you move
2-way front and 2 side pocket zips
Ultimate Women’s Hoody Windstopper® Soft Shell jacket | Hood ﬁts under a helmet | Continuous side zip
Kangri Women’s T-Shirt Trendy base layer | Quick-drying | Anti-bacterial light material
Mastery Jacket Advanced design | Waterproof | Breathable | Excellent stretch material | Ideal water vapour permeability
Base-Camp Jacket Very light Soft Shell jacket | schoeller®dryskin extreme application with NanoSphere®
Cotopaxi Women’s Zip Tee Contoured ﬁt shirt | Active moisture transport
Pala Women’s Pants Very light, feminine climbing pants | Quick-drying due to SOFtechTM | Light and compact
Mont Blanc Pants Light and innovative climbing pants | schoeller®-dryskin material | Tough with NanoSphere® knee and seat reinforcements
Sertori Pants Very light, climbing and everyday pants | Quick-drying due to SOFtechTM | Light and compact
Marmolada Women’s Pants Light and innovative climbing pants | schoeller®-dryskin material | Extreme with NanoSphere® knee and seat reinforcements
Extreme Ultimate Windstopper Jacket M.A.P.-Hood | High-reach sleeves – Underarm ventilation – Ideal for ice climbing, dry tooling, alpine tours and climbing
Extreme Ultimate Windstopper Pants Soft Shell pants for alpine touring, mixed climbing and skiing | Leg width adjustment | Side ventilation | Preformed knees | schoeller®-keprotec® edge protection
Extreme Kula Zip Pull Base layer with ceramic dots as reinforcement | Body-hugging cut
Mammut alpine and climbing clothing:
Clothing that will never let you down.
Toko equipment care Caring for equipment is an important part of mountain sports, whether it’s clothing, shoes or accessories. You’ll ﬁnd the right care products at Toko for our high-quality range of products. For more info visit: www.toko.ch
Mammut Logo Shirt
Retro Women’s T-Shirt
Graphite Women’s Top
Ananda Women’s Jacket Light SOFtechTM jacket with excellent stretch | Light and compact
Alessandria Women’s Shirt Light, quick-drying women’s shirt | easy care | Crease resistant
Belluno Shirt Light, quick-drying short-sleeved shirt | UV protection
Gypsum Hoody Casual cut Hoody | Hood and kangaroo pockets
Chaos T-Shirt Trendy climbing T-shirt | 100% cotton
Kaolin Women’s Jacket Cool sweatshirt look | GORE® WINDSTOPPER® material
Flourish Women’s T-Shirt Light and supple climbing shirt | Lettering and ﬂower print | Print on front
Emotion Women’s Pants Light and wind resistant Soft Shell pants | Quick-drying | Breathable
Tec Women’s Pants Durable, very light trekking and travelling pants | Stretch inserts on knees and seat | UV protection
Sunset Zip Pants Very durable, water-repellent travelling and leisure pants | Legs removable
Lime Cargo Pants All-day climbing pants | Durable stretch fabric | Preformed knee | 5-pocket design
Deep Shorts Light bouldering pants | Clever chalk pockets | Wind repellent and stretchable
Talc Women’s Pants Indoor and outdoor climbing pants | Feminine cut
Shale Women’s Pants Yoga-look climbing pants | Cotton stretch jersey with waistband for women
Mammut trend sport - slacklining:
Mammut safety technology:
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Ultralight inmolded climbing helmet with EPS core and tough microshell
Mammut presents its ﬁrst slacklining webbing.
Totally different from normal climbing webbing. The slackline webbing is exceptionally pleasant underfoot, very elastic, easy to handle and tough on safety. With a simple, innovative tensioning system.
Inﬁnitely adjustable length
Super light and easy to adjust headband
Four large and stable headlamp clips
Size 48–55 cm, 54–61 cm
Weight 220 g
Fully adjustable chin strap for perfect ﬁt
Length: 20 m Width: 28 mm
Attachment straps Steel carabiner and ratchet
Express Set Key Lock Key-lock for ideal handling | Very durable thanks to strong and durable material
Ergonomic and cushioned inside shape
Ventilation holes for circulating air and letting out heat
Special ﬁxing system
Hermes All-rounder for demanding rock and alpine groups | Adjustable Slide-Bloc leg straps
Bionic Mythos HMS, Twistlock Plus Light but still durable | With secure Twistlock Plus lock for easy handling
Fuse Belay Device Extremely light belay device with 2 brake levels | For 7.5 –11 mm ropes
Mammut climbing shoes:
One step closer to perfection.
Made in Switzerland. Popular the world over.
Spark 9.5 mm
For mountaineers, indoor climbers and alpine tourers | A generous coating makes it tough
If you trust your life to a Mammut rope, you can expect uncompromising state-of-the-art safety. At 9.5 mm the Spark’s small diameter makes it the ideal rock climbing and red pointing rope. It’s light and easy to handle, with extra coating to make it extra tough.
myclimate: Eco-friendly ropes
Mammut ropes are eco- friendly— we compensate for emissions generated in their production and distribution through a partnership with “my climate”, an international carbon offset initiative with Swiss roots. By helping build 500 solar greenhouses in the remote Indian Himalayas we enable people in that region to cultivate food locally, reducing emissions associated with food transport. For more info: www.mammut.ch/responsibility Phoenix 8.0 mm Alpine, rock and ice climbing | Super light half-rope | Very good handling
“Lap Coiled” – tangle-free ropes A new Mammut rope innovation: thanks to the ﬁrst fully automatic “lap coiled” rope packing machine, Mammut ropes have an additional safety and usability beneﬁt. Time-consuming rope coiling is now a thing of the past and irritating tangles are prevented from the outset. The machine features innovative coiling technology, where the ropes are not wound, but put into a ﬁgure eight using a seven-axle robotic arm. This procedure is identical to coiling ropes by hand.
Inﬁnity 9.5 mm Rock and red point climbing, difﬁcult alpine tours | Light single small diameter rope
Serenity 8.9 mm On-sight and red point climbing | Lightest single rope on the market | Not suitable for workout climbing and top roping
Eternity 10.2 mm The multi-use rope | Rock and alpine climbing, alpine tours | Extremely durable
A blend of synthetic and real leather
Top of class lace-up shoe | Perfect pull on overhangs | Maximum transfer of force
Shogun Lace-up shoe for difﬁcult rock climbing | Heavily down-turned last for power at the toe
Super Sticky Vibram® XSV rubber sole
Goblin For difﬁcult rock climbs and bouldering | Heavily down-turned last for power at the toe | Keeps its shape well
Pro Perfect all-rounder with lasts for all types of rock | Precise and comfortable lace-up shoe
Concaveshaped midsole for precise ﬁt
Minifant Comfortable, ﬂexible children’s shoe| First shoe that grows with the child | Quick adjustment to different foot sizes
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Top lid with outside and inside pocket
Hydration system compliant, with inside pocket and opening
Integrated, removable V-shaped aluminium frame for even load distribution
Durable, very light nylon 210D Mini Ripstop
Energise Functional hiking and multi-sport backpack with butterﬂyTM SYE net back system | High-ventilation shoulder straps | Cushioned high-ventilation hip strap
Blast Hiking backpack with SYE net suspension system | 2 top pockets | Zipped map pocket | Net side pockets | Stick holder | Rain cover
Adina Women’s model | Hiking backpack with SYE net suspension system | Front-loading design | Separate bottom pocket | Net side pockets | Walking pole holder | Rain cover
First Ascent Child’s model for the climbers of tomorrow | 1 compartment design | 2 top pockets | Name and address label
High-ventilation shoulder straps
Integrated daisy chain for carabiners
Arete Trekking backpack with adjustable Ergo Tech ET suspension system | Height-adjustable lid for more space | Separate bottom pocket
Ether-mesh, extremely tough and breathable
Flight Light, extremely durable alpine backpack | butterﬂy™ suspension system to spread load evenly | 1-chamber construction | 2 fabric loops | 2 ice tool holders
Fittings for ice tools (not shown)
Cushioned, removable high-ventilation hip belt
Konzept / Gestaltung: erdmannpeisker
The Malaysia expedition:
Mammut Pro Team en route to the Far East. 91 routes in 9 days – in Malaysia David Lama and Reini Scherer have covered two completely new areas in just one week – including ascents of the three most difﬁcult routes in Asia. The wealthy sultanate of Perlis is now two climbing routes richer and the bolting crew about 1,000 bolts poorer. Take a look at Reini’s travel journal at www.mammut.ch.
Karl Unterkircher in Guinness Book of World Records:
Travel journal at www.mammut.ch
Mammut climber, Karl Unterkircher, was the ﬁrst climber to conquer K2 and Mount Everest in six weeks. Without oxygen. But his other records will really take your breath away. These include no less than 40 ﬁrst ascents of major mountaineering objectives – including three in the last two years: G 2 north face and Jasemba in 2007 and Mt. Genyen in 2006. And these are deﬁnitely not the last records that this extreme mountaineer, ice climber and skier will be attempting …
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The record holder.