Lowe Alpine Cholatse 55L Backpack

Lowe Alpine Cholatse 55L Backpack
Lowe Alpine Cholatse 55L Backpack
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Cholatse 55L Backpack by Lowe Alpine
Load up your Lowe Alpine Cholatse 55 Backpack with all the gear you need for a few days in the wilderness and explore some new mountain ranges, without breaking your back trying to get there. The Cholatse has been reworked this season to include a highly breathable back panel, a hook-and-loop adjustable back length, and a large front panel opening--all this amounts to is a more comfortable and convenient pack on the trail. Apart from the improvements, the Cholatse stays true to its effective design with a fixed top lid, sleeping bag compartment, and a wraparound hip belt to keep the weight of the pack off your back and on your hips. Lowe Alpine also added an integrated rain cover to keep your gear dry, then threw in all the necessary loops and pockets to secure trekking poles, an ice axe, and two water bottles to the pack.

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SKU: LWA001D
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