Lowe Alpine Diran ND50:60L Backpack - Women's

Lowe Alpine Diran ND50:60L Backpack - Women's
Lowe Alpine Diran ND50:60L Backpack - Women's
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Diran ND50:60L Backpack - Women's by Lowe Alpine
You finally have enough money saved for hostels, train passes, and museum fee's, and now all you need is a reliable backpack--the Diran ND50:60L Backpack by Lowe Alpine is the perfect backpack for a few weeks traveling through Europe that won't break your bank so that you have more spending money for street crepes and cafes. Constructed with the V-Trax support system to give you an easy-to-use hook-and-loop adjustment back support system, and a comfortable harness with wraparound hip belt, you will be comfortable as you navigate your way through foreign streets going hostel to hostel. Top and bottom entry zippers makes grabbing that shirt at the bottom of your bag easy, and the extendable lid increases volume and conveniently holds quick-grab items like your toiletries and transportation passes. When you get back home from Europe and are feeling inspired to backpack more, the daisy chains, hydration compatibility, and TipGripper walking-pole attachment make venturing into the backcountry a breeze.

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SKU: LWA005L
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Manufactured by Lowe Alpine
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