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Mammut MTR Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated May 12, 2019

based on 19 reviews

We have checked a few reviews and found 12 reasons to buy the MTR - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.

87% of the reviewers give the Mammut MTR a good or excellent rating!

Excellent (75%)
Good (12%)
Average (0%)
Poor (12%)
Bad (0%)

Reviews Summary

Here's what the reviewers think about the Mammut MTR:

Reviewers like these things about the Mammut MTR

  • Many users like how the pouch sits on the back of the pack to keep the weight as close to the body as possible.
  • Others like how a drinking tube or hose can be run through the actual right-hand strap which helps keep dangly tubes to a minimum.
  • Many users find the hydration system compartment great for storing excess layers of clothing.
  • Some reviewers find the mesh fabric on the back comfortable on bare skin and is highly breathable and moisture wicking.
  • Others thought the top zip pocket is perfect for valuables like wallet and phone.
  • A number of owners also laud its handy little pockets on the shoulder straps for items they might need instant or constant access to.
  • A lot of users thought it's really cool feature is the locking zip system which comes in handy if they ever need to over fill the bag.
  • Others find the chest and hip straps very useful in keeping the pack in place.
  • Some users use the hiking pole loops as a makeshift clothes line for drying socks, gloves, and other small items on the move.
  • Others love the reflective loop in the center at the bottom of the bag which is ideal for attaching a light to for cycling.
  • Users recommend it to anyone who loves to go fast and wants the lightest material available.
  • A number of users thought the side straps around the ribcage have an excellent locking system which easy to use.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some users are disapointed that it's not waterproof.
  • Others find the water bottle pocket too small.


Crowdsourced specs across all Mammut MTR models and sizes:

Capacity iconCapacity7 l (427 cuin)
Weight iconWeight0.6-0.8 oz (0.3-0.4 kg)
Length iconLength11 in (28 cm)
Width10 in (25 cm)
Height5 in (13 cm)

The bag is recommended for these activities:


Popular Models

Mammut MTR 141

100% choose the Mammut MTR 141

100 %
Colors and combinations:


Capacity iconCapacity7 l (427 cuin)
Weight iconWeight0.6 oz (0.3 kg)
Length iconLength11 in (28 cm)
Width10 in (25 cm)
Height5 in (13 cm)

Feature Summary

Many sources mention these Mammut MTR features:
  • Hydration compatible
  • Quick drying
  • Moisture wicking
  • Hydration bladder

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.

Packing Guide

See how much a traveller, an athlete and an outdoorsy person can pack in the different Mammut MTR models (the most popular choice is the MTR 141).

Capacity/Weight Levels

The capacity/weight level shows how much the bag weights compared with it's capacity (volume).

The lower the capacity/weight level, the better.

1417 l0.6 oz0.09 oz/L


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The Mammut MTR ranks #5 compared with the other Mammut bags.

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The Mammut MTR ranks #782 compared with all the bags we have checked.

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Last updated on May 12, 2019