Lowe Alpine Airzone Z 25


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Lowe Alpine- Air Zone Z 25

This is a compact and lightweight bag that really packs the features in! The AirZone back system allows air circulation when carrying the bag- this means that if you sweat it won't build up around your back and tries to regulate your body temperature. The AdaptiveFit harness ensures comfort and support is given by the bag. The stretch mesh pockets on the side and front means their is ample room to store food, goodies, compasses and maps- that are all quick and easy to access. Constructed of a durable- 210D fabric, this bag is hard wearing, so perfect for a day on the hills! Fitted with a large Arizone cutout space will reduce the pack weight and again allow air to move more freely, increasing breathability. The ideal multi-functional day pack.

  • Rain cover
  • Bike light strap
  • Walking pole holders
  • Hydration bladder compatible


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