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Mammut Shop

Mammut, founded in 1862, is one of the oldest mountain sports and outdoor brands in the market. Fittingly for a mountain sports brand, Mammut has its headquarters in Switzerland.

Mammut Clothing

About half of Mammut's revenue comes from the apparel market, in which Mammut has been participating with their soft-shell jackets for over 25 years. Besides jackets, pants, and shirts for mountain sports and backpacking, the Mammut clothing lines also encompasse clothes for climbing and ski-mountaineering.

Mammut Equipment

Further important product categories next to mountain sports and outdoor clothing are the Mammut climbing ropes, as well as sleeping bags (Ajungilak), backpacks, shoes (formerly Raichle), and headlamps (formerly Invia).

Recently Mammut also began selling Snowpulse avalanche airbag systems. This makes Mammut one of the largest one-stop alpinism suppliers next to Salewa.

Mammut Outlet

For those who have long been searching for deals on Mammut gear our Mammut outlet is the right place to visit. At the right time a large selection of cheap Mammut jackets, pants, and shirts may be found there.

Top Mammut Products

The Mammut Aconcagua jacket with Polartec® Power Stretch® has been a customer favourite for years.

The Mammut Extreme series.Design and functionality that is to be expected with a series named "extreme".

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Boulder Brush Micro Mammut

Boulder Brush Micro

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Small wooden brush for the narrowest of crags.

£4.95 Reg. £4.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
wood
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Trion Zip 28 Backpack Mammut

Trion Zip 28 Backpack

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Modern alpine backpack with comfort for demanding mountain climbing.

£103.95 Reg. £103.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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28 L
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28 L
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28 L
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Trion Zip 22 Backpack Mammut

Trion Zip 22 Backpack

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Modern alpine backpack with comfort for demanding mountain climbing.

£79.95 Reg. £79.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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22 L
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22 L
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Lithium Zip Backpack Mammut

Lithium Zip Backpack

Comfortable wearing backpack with practical equipment details.

£87.95 Reg. £87.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
24 L
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Lithium Crest Backpack Mammut

Lithium Crest Backpack

With plenty of space and extensive features, this is the ideal backpack for long and strenuous routes.

From £119.95 Reg. £119.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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40+7L 30+7L
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Lithium Crest S Backpack Mammut

Lithium Crest S Backpack

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With plenty of space and extensive features, this is the ideal backpack for long and strenuous routes. It has a special cut for shorter hikers.

From £119.95 Reg. £119.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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40+7L 30+7L
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Xeron Commuter Backpack Mammut

Xeron Commuter Backpack

Beautiful daypack with innovative optics.

£71.95 Reg. £71.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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20 L
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20 L
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Xeron Courier 25 Backpack Mammut

Xeron Courier 25 Backpack

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Practical backpack for everyday and travel with an unmistakable courier design.

£79.95 Reg. £79.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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25 L
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25 L
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25 L
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25L
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MTR 141 Advanced Backpack Mammut

MTR 141 Advanced Backpack

Ultra-light trail running backpack with enough space for food and clothing.

£79.95 Reg. £79.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
10+2L
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MTR 141 Light Backpack Mammut

MTR 141 Light Backpack

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Ultra-light trail running backpack with enough space for food and clothing.

£71.95 Reg. £71.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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7 L
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7 L
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Xeron Courier 20 Backpack Mammut

Xeron Courier 20 Backpack

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Practical backpack for everyday and travel with an unmistakable courier design.

£71.95 Reg. £71.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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20 L
seaweed
20 L
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20 L
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20L
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Classic Bumbag Mélange Mammut

Classic Bumbag Mélange

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Belt pouch for important items.

£15.95 Reg. £15.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
black
2 L
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2 L
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2L
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Smart Wallet Light Wallet Mammut

Smart Wallet Light Wallet

Light wallet with smartphone compartment.

£19.95 Reg. £19.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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Smart Wallet Light Wallet Mammut

Smart Wallet Light Wallet

Light wallet with smartphone compartment.

£19.95 Reg. £19.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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Rope Messenger Mélange Shoulder Bag Mammut

Rope Messenger Mélange Shoulder Bag

Shoulder bag with a unique design of single rope shoulder straps

£43.95 Reg. £43.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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10 L
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10 L
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Rope Messenger Mélange Shoulder Bag Mammut

Rope Messenger Mélange Shoulder Bag

Shoulder bag with a unique design of single rope shoulder straps

£43.95 Reg. £43.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
black
10 L
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10 L
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Smart Wallet Ultralight Mammut

Smart Wallet Ultralight

Lightweight wallet in credit card format.

£11.95 Reg. £11.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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Smart Wallet Ultralight Mammut

Smart Wallet Ultralight

Lightweight wallet in credit card format.

£11.95 Reg. £11.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
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cyan
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Zip Wallet Mammut

Zip Wallet

Wallet with continuous zip

£23.95 Reg. £23.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
black
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Flap Wallet Mélange Mammut

Flap Wallet Mélange

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Classic fold-over wallet with heathered appearance

£19.95 Reg. £19.95
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delivery time 3-5 days
black
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dark lava
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Brand Profile Mammut

Over 150 years of mountaineering experience

Absolute Alpine

Mammut has been around for 150 years. Starting out as a small rope factory and ending up as a complete alpine equipment specialist - everything from backpacks, jackets to hardwear and more. What does the brand represent today?

When Kaspar Tanner opened his ropeworks in 1862 in Dintikon, a small village near Lake Hallwil in Switzerland, he would surely find it hard to believe what it would become. A few decades later, the company would be given a name: Mammut. What started as a small rope factory, has now become a global Outdoor Group with a turnover of almost 247 million Swiss francs (approx 205 million euros). The company is still manufacturing ropes. What was the beginning of the company history more than 150 years ago, is still one of the core competencies of the brand today.

The Mammut Logo

In 1943, the company logo, that we are all familiar with today was borne: Mammut. That prehistoric creature that symbolises strength and robustness was to also become symbolic of the brand. The 1950s saw Mammut involved in revolutionising mountain and climbing ropes. 1952, for example saw the first nylon yarn rope to hit the market, a material that was much more resistant to tearing and safer than its predecessors.

True to its logo since 1943, the outdoor company symbolises strength with its Mammut . | Photo: Mammut

A good ten years later, in 1964, the Mammut Dynamic was the first single climbing rope ever to be certified by the Union Internationale des Associations d'Alpinisme (UIAA). Since then a lot has happened in the world of ropes, they have become more robust and have been adapted for specific applications. Something has still remained the same: Mammut alpine and climbing ropes are still among the best that can be found on the market today and Mammut ropes can still be found being produced in Switzerland. Meanwhile, The rope works moved to Seon in 1992, where the company headquarters can also be located.

From rope maker to outdoor outfitter

The term "rope-making" for Mammut, no longer applies today, for two reasons: On the one hand, rope production today is a high-tech product, produced with complex procedures, hardly comparable to how it was done back in 1862. On the other hand, the Mammut brand has developed way beyond the title of rope maker, having continuously expanded its assortment since the 1970's, into rain jackets, rain pants, softshell pants, fleece jackets, backpacks, carabiners and much more. The turn of the millennium saw the acquisition of Ajungilak and Raichle, extending Mammut's know how into the world of sleeping bags, insulation, down jackets and shoes. Today, the label's alpine range includes a vast spectrum of ropes, alpine apparel, right up to mountaineering hardwear of all varieties.

"... 152 years of mountaineering..."

To mark the 150th anniversary of the first ascent of the Matterhorn, Mammut organised a spectacular light installation. | Photo: Mammut / Robert Bösch

In recent years, Mammut has drawn attention by two of its prime actions. The first was through a spectacular promotion - the light installation displayed for the 150th anniversary of the first ascent of the Matterhorn. At this point in time, Mammut was reflecting on its own history. The company was celebrating its founding at the same time: "We are now into our 152th year of supplying and making mountaineering gear";Rolf Schmid, CEO of Mammut Sports Group " mentions. Against the backdrop of Matterhorn is where we want to pay homage to this mountain and the alpine actions that have surrounded it." Even before the years of spectacular attention-seeking promotions such as the "Biggest Peak Project in History"- 150 teams climbing 150 peaks within 15 months, even before all this, there have still been many impressive images and stories that emphasise what Mammut, the brand stands for today: The highest quality and reliability in all outdoor alpine domains, while mountaineering, skiing or climbing.

Responsibility for outdoors

The second development is not so upfront. For approximately ten years, the company has been increasingly focusing on sustainability. The aim is, says Rolf Schmid, a "sustainable, value-oriented growth, not short-term profit". The corporate policy of recent years underlines that: Since 2008,  rope production is carried out with carbon-neutral material and clothing is quality controlled according to the criterias of the Fair Wear Foundation. Since 2011, the range has been converted gradually to the bluesign® standard - strict criterias for environmentally friendly production. There are also high standards for down (no live plucking or force-fed), the collection and recycling of disused outdoor equipment, the increased use of recycled materials and the substitution of polyfluorinated chemicals (PFCs).

Today Mammut is a complete supplier for all alpine challenges. | Photo: Mammut / Robert Boesch

What does the Mammut brand stand for?

So what do I get when I buy Mammut equipment today? A high-tech product, which has been designed for outdoor use with years of experience. The range extends from a waterproof jacket that can be worn as urban protection through to a classic ski jacket up to the Eiger Extreme Series for extreme conditions. Emergency headlamps, hiking boots to backpacks for all demands. The softshell jacket, the Ultimate Hoody has now become a classic, as have many of Mammut's stylish t-shirts, caps and backpacks, not to mention their ropes.

For all products one priority stands at the forefront: "Safety. Central to everything we do, it has an impact on our quality standards and the demands for that quality. There is no compromise on rope quality and that has set the bar high for all other product forms." declares Mammut CEO Rolf Schmid: "Let's suppose that my jacket isn't waterproof and I begin to freeze. This could potentially rob me of my strength, the same strength that I need to make a safe descent, increasing the risk of accident occurrence." Mammut's approach is not only to sell a product, but to also experience it as well. The brand's own mountain school - Mammut Alpine School shows how to put purchased equipment into practice. In the coming years, the range will expand to the increasingly popular areas of freeride and trail running. After freeriding, remains alpine - this segment is still as important to Mammut today as it was when it started out.

Stefan Rehm

Even as a child, the native German spent his spare time in the mountains. It didn't take long before his passion for climbing caused him to drag his kit around to most places. His chalked tipped fingers have since settled on crags in the foothills of the Bavaria Alps.

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