Berghaus Blue Expedition Mule 60 Holdall
Lightweight, packable and tough, the Expedition Mule 60 is a generous space that’s easy to handle, and will do a great job of protecting your kit on the way to base camp.
Planning a serious trip? It’s the most important time you need your kit to arrive intact. The super strong, yet light Expedition Mule+ 60 is up to the task. Once the job’s done and you’re about to begin your journey, simply fold it away into a compact zipped pocket for easy storage. Loaded with lots of handles for easy pick up points, it even converts into a rucksack and has detachable shoulder straps, perfect for carrying through a busy city to the airport or on the last leg to base camp. Keep essentials safe in zipped pockets and watch as even at its most crammed it reduces down thanks to side compression straps. It’s a great way to make sure the challenge is your expedition, not the journey there.
- ADAPTABLE - Height adjustable chest strap and detachable padded shoulder straps mean you can carry it like a rucksack for extra comfort moving heavy loads.
- COMPACT AND LIGHTWEIGHT - There when you need it, gone when you don’t. Packs away into a zipped pocket for lightweight compact storage.
- HIGHLY WEATHER RESISTANT - Hardwearing, waterproof fabric keeps clothing and equipment safe and whilst travelling to your starting base no matter how remote.
- WEIGHT - 1160g (approx.)
BERGHAUS BLUE EXPEDITION MULE 60 HOLDALL
Berghaus is an outdoor clothing and equipment manufacturer headquartered in Sunderland, Tyne & Wear, UK. It is based in the North East of England but distributes worldwide. It was founded in 1966 by climbers and mountaineers Peter Lockey and Gordon Davison.
In 1966, outdoor wear as we know it didn't really exist. Then Berghaus came along. It all began when climbers and mountaineers Peter Lockey and Gordon Davison from the North East of England, frustrated by what they saw as a lack of decent outdoor gear, decided to import and sell their own.
Innovators of waterproof; their technology has come a long way since the first mass-produced waterproof jackets. These days there’s no ‘one-jacket-suits-all’ approach, and they’re proud to create clothing made specifically for different athletic types, activities and climates.