Lowe Alpine Airzone Trail 35


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Men's day pack

The Lowe Alpine Airzone Trail 35 is an extremely popular model, and rightly so... this pack is lightweight, durable and most importantly comfortable with it's Airzone back system. Featuring hip belt pockets and stretch front and side pockets, walking pole tip grippers for secure pole storage, and a raincover- which you can easily access and put over your bag in those all too common rain-showers the UK is famous for!

The AirZone tensioned mesh on the back system lifts the pack away from the wearer’s back, allowing air to circulate, and keep the sweat and temperatures down! Ventilation is also helped by the large cut out space on the back system, not only does this reduce weight, but also circulates air between the pack and users back.

  • Airzone back system.
  • Hip belt with zipped pocket.
  • Stretch fabric side pockets.
  • Side compression straps.
  • Walking pole attachments with tip grippers.
  • Ice axe loop.
  • Chest strap.
  • Hydration system compatible.
  • LED loop
  • Raincover
  • Sternum strap with whistle
  • Weight: 1.23 Kg
  • Dimensions: 63x35x27cm


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