Ready to tackle a couple of days in the wilderness, the Lowe Alpine Cholatse 65:75 Backpack easily hauls all of the gear you need to camp without breaking your back trying to get there. Reworked this season, the Cholatse includes a highly breathable, adjustable Air-mesh back panel, a hook-and-loop adjustable back length, and a large front panel entry, which means a more comfort and convenience on the trail. The Floating Lid expands from 65-liters to 75-liters when you need to bring along extra gear, and features an internal zippered pocket for your valuables. Aside from the improvements, Lowe Alpine stayed true to its formula with a 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 threw in 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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