You engage in way too many outdoor activities to be bound by a conventional, one-dimensional pack. That's why you need the Lowe Alpine Aeon 27L Backpack. The designers at Lowe Alpine point to this as one of their favorite creations ever, and it's not hard to see why. This light and versatile solution can handle long day hikes and light-and-fast overnighters with ease. Going trad climbing' It fits a rope and a rack with no problem. It's even up for a little light summer mountaineering, if the mood strikes you. Whatever you're gearing up for, you can approach it with confidence knowing that the Aeon 27L's low-profile Flexion harness will support your load and distribute weight evenly for comfort through a wide range of activities. The Air-Contour back system is highly ventilated for cool comfort during grueling ascents and hot conditions. Capable of securing everything from trekking poles and ice axes to climbing helmets, the Multi-Lock Tool system ensures true multi-sport versatility. A stretch front pocket keeps your shell jacket close in case of sudden storms when you're exploring unpredictable mountains, and extremely durable, yet lightweight TriShield-coated nylon fabric wards off wet weather and withstands tears and abrasion for years of intense use.
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