Lowe Alpine Atlas 65


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Versatile Backpacking Rucksack

The Atlas 65 is an entry-level backpack, perfect for those starting out on their backpacking adventures. This pack has all the additional features you could need; from the fundamentals such as hydration compatibility to a stowaway rain cover and ice axe loops.

The pack is split into one large main compartment and one smaller, lower compartment with bottom access, essential for when you want to separate your gear into into organised sections. With an total volume of 65 litres, you'll easily be able to fit everything you need. The side bellow pockets can accommodate extra water bottles and multiple lash points on the front of the pack allow you to stash additional items.

The Axiom 3 back system adjusts to back lengths from 43.2 - 55.9 cm and transfers weight to the hips through he padded hip belt, ensuring comfort and stability on your expedition.

  • Lower entry access
  • Two compartments with zip out divider
  • Walking pole tip grippers
  • Raincover
  • Hydration compatible
  • Stowable ice axe loops
  • Padded hipbelt with pockets
  • Key clip
  • Side compression straps
  • Load lifting handle
  • 2.25kg
  • 77 x 38 x 29cm


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