Lowe Alpine Edge II 18


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Lower Alpine Edge II 18.

An extremely versatile bag that can be used by many- cyclists, city commuters, hikers and trekkers. Fitted with a breathable, comfortable backing system that will encourage air ventilation and keep your back cool, is a great bag if you are in hurry to get to the office on time, or walking up those hills! The 18 liter capacity means there is loads of space to fill- and the compression straps will help reduce the overall weight load so your body isn't under too much stress. If you want the Edge to look more business and less hike, the chest and hip straps can be removed for the office day, and re-applied for after-work fun!

Fitted with many technical features too, the Edge II 18 can be used for hiking on the hills. The easy access zip entry means snacks, maps and waterproofs are always to hand, the stretch mesh side pockets are ideal for storing water bottles or food items

  • Hydration bladder compatible


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