Lowe Alpine Peak Ascent ND38


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The Lowe Alpine Peak Ascent ND 38 is a womens fit mountaineering and climbing pack thats ideal for summer Alpinism, mountaineering and mountain cragging at 1kg.

This great durable lightweight ladies pack has a great price whilst offering the essential features that climbers and mountaineers require. A few Lowe Alpine twists elevate it into a serious contender for all but the most extreme users. Check out the Headlocker Ice Axe Attachment system to secure the head of an ice axe to the pack which is lighter and more mitt friendly than previous incarnations.

  • 1kg
  • Womens Specific Fit
  • 41cm Back Length
  • Moulded Back System
  • Supportive snow shedding back system
  • Headlocker Ice Axe Attachment
  • Daisy Chain
  • Mitt friendly winter buckles
  • Under lid rope and crampon strap
  • Large grab handle for clipping to belays
  • Hip Belt Gear Loops and ice screw krab slots
  • External lash points
  • Compression straps
  • Wand pockets
  • Removable lid
  • Internal lid security pocket
  • Key clip
  • Hydration Compatible
  • Chest strap


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