TRAD ZERO  18Unisex


Colour: desert orange

€80.00 incl. VAT

Article number:  48720


370 g


PFC free

This product contains no environmentally harmful per- or polyfluorinated chemicals (PFCs).
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Recycled polyamide

For more sustainability! This product contains recycled polyamide.


This product was manufactured under fair working conditions in conformity with Fair Wear Foundation.
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Climate Neutral

This product is climate neutral. It was produced in the most environmentally friendly way possible. Any unavoidable CO2 emissions have been offset.
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Lightweight, minimalistic and sustainable climbing backpack for alpine tours.


  • Lightweight: 24l at just 570g – heavy in technology, light in weight
  • Streamlined: Full focus upon alpine function
  • Sustainable: Recycled polyamide, PFC-free and climate-neutral

Lightweight and minimalistic on alpine climbing tours: The TRAD ZERO brings no unnecessary weight or distracting features to the rock face!

Instead of a lid compartment, the TRAD ZERO 18 has a light, versatile lid flap that protects the backpack’s contents and also functions as a helmet- and rope-attachment. A silicone coating on the inside provides extra grip and keeps everything in the right place.

At just 570 grams, the alpine climbing backpack is a real lightweight and yet also scuff-resistant and long-lasting for harsh rock climbs – as is the whole TRAD line. This is thanks to robust 420 D Ripstop, which is made of 88% recycled polyamide.

Despite its minimalism, important details such as material loops, rope fastening options and a fastening for a hydration system are still included. Cushioned shoulder straps and a soft contact back ensure optimum comfort even when carrying angular climbing equipment. The lockable valuables compartment with key clip provides a safe space for important items.

The TRAD ZERO is a reliable companion for long and demanding alpine tours where every gram matters.

Area of usage

Alpine climbing 5/5
High Alpine 0/5
Alpine 3/5
Ski Tour 0/5
Freeride 0/5

  • Access to main compartment: Top
  • Map compartment
  • Rope attachment
  • Gear loops
  • Hydration system compatible
  • Bright Inside
  • Emergency Card

To the material dictionary

420D RIPSTOP (88% recycled Polyamide)


(3.0)  2  Reviews
May 21, 2023
Alpine climbing
S.g Damen und Herren, Ich habe mir den Trad Zero 18 gekauft. Leider ist die Öffnung, um eine Trinkblase hinein zu geben, zu klein und somit unbrauchbar. Schade! Weiters wären noch 2 Materialschlaufen ideal. Kann eine Nachrüstung durch Sie durchgeführt werden. Sg Ladies and Gentlemen, I bought the Trad Zero 18. Unfortunately, the opening to put a hydration bladder in is too small and therefore unusable. A pity! Furthermore, 2 material loops would be ideal. Can a retrofit be carried out by you?
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Servus Eva, der Trade Zero 18 hat leider kein Fach für eine Trinkblase. Allerdings gibt es einen Durchgang für den Schlauch, durch welchen laut unserer Produktionsabteilung alle gängigen Mundstücke durchpassen sollten. Zudem besteht im Innenraum die Möglichkeit die Trinkblase aufzuhängen.   Servus Eva, unfortunately the Trade Zero 18 does not have a compartment for a hydration bladder. However, there is a passage for the hose, which according to our production department should fit all common mouthpieces. There is also the option of hanging up the hydration bladder in the interior.
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Oct 8, 2023
Hallo Ich habe den alten und deutlich leichteren Rucksack und finde es sehr schade, dass der Rucksack nun schwerer ist. Haupteinsatz ist für alle Gelegenheiten, für die man einen Rucksack mitnimmt und nicht viel Platz hat: Ferien aller Art, einschliesslich Einsatz beim Skifahren oder Wandern
Hallo Susanne, danke dir für dein Feedback. Dieses geben wir gerne an unsere Kollegen der Produktabteilung weiter.


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