Lowe Alpine Kulu ND 60:70 Backpack - 3660-4270cu in

Lowe Alpine Kulu ND 60:70 Backpack - 3660-4270cu in
Lowe Alpine Kulu ND 60:70 Backpack - 3660-4270cu in
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Kulu ND 60:70 Backpack - 3660-4270cu in by Lowe Alpine
The Pacific Crest Trail isn't the easiest to get to, especially if you live on the east coast. But Lowe Alpine wants you to take on a weekend on the great trail with the Kulu ND 60:70 Backpack. Built to travel on your back or in the bottom of a plane, the Kulu is equipped to take you where you need to go. With a stow-able strap and hipbelt system, this pack avoids wear and tear so you can use it for plenty of future expeditions. The AirMesh back and compression straps work to keep you comfortable as you hike, holding your belongings in place and keeping air ventilated across your back. And when it's time to get on the plane to go home again, cover yoiuo pack with the travel/rain cover to keep your gear in pristine condition even on a bumpy flight.

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SKU: LWA005E
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