Lowe Alpine Airzone Trek+ 45+10L Backpack

Lowe Alpine Airzone Trek+ 45+10L Backpack
Lowe Alpine Airzone Trek+ 45+10L Backpack
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Airzone Trek+ 45+10L Backpack by Lowe Alpine
Lowe Alpine's Airzone Trek+ 45:55 Backpack brings a customized fit and an expandable capacity for all your weekend adventures. Its Centro Airzone back panel adjusts well-ventilated padding vertically, and the AdaptiveFit waist belt and shoulder straps conform to your body for a glove-like fit. The top lid expands to give you more room for gear, and there's a second access point at the front to quickly retrieve layers. The Airzone Trek also has a second bottom compartment for sleeping bags, as well as a sleeve for hydration reservoirs and a rain cover. Lowe Alpine's unique tip grippers secure you trekking poles, and there are carry straps for ice axes. This pack also features a plethora of pockets at the frond, side, top and even inside. Side compression straps secure your gear as you make your way up mountains and across the alpine.

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