Lowe Alpine Airzone Z ND18


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Lowe Alpine Airzone Z ND18

This compact and lightweight women's specific bag is the ideal size for a day pack when hiking, walking or trekking, keeps things simple. The breathable AirZone back system helps circulate air around the back, making sure you don't get too sweaty when pushing yourself to your limit. The AdaptiveFit harness supports the bag on your hips and makes carrying your bag comfortable. Stretch mesh pockets on the side and front are ideal for storing snacks, food, compasses and maps for your travels- these are easy to access. A zip entry means the rest of the pack is easy to get into too. Perfect for days on the hills or morning commutes. Is also the perfect size for carry-on luggage for those frequent flyers and travelers.

  • Durable-210D material
  • Rain cover
  • Bike light strap
  • Walking pole holders


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