Lowe Alpine Nanon ND 35:40 Backpack for Women Black

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Product Highlights:

  • Front compression pocket
  • Extra external lashing points
  • Large stretch side pockets
  • Lid lash points
  • SOS panel

Lowe Alpine Nanon ND 35:40 Backpack for Women Black Features

Lowe Alpine Nanon ND 35:40 Backpack for Women Black
Go on some amazing adventures with this Lowe Alpine Nanon ND 35:40 Backpack for Women Black. This backpack from Lowe Alpine features a carrying system that is ergonomically shaped for a woman's body. The body is made of Dyneema fabric, which makes it both lightweight and very durable so that you get to use it for many adventures in the future. It provides you with an impressive load capacity and is so lightweight. The back panel comes with an airflow mesh that prevents moisture from building up in order to make carrying this backpack more comfortably. It has a front compression pocket that comes in handy for storing wet items. Extra lashing points are included so that you can strap more gear. The SOS panel is very useful if there happens to be an emergency. Have lots of fun on your adventure with this Lowe Alpine Nanon ND 35:40 Backpack for Women Black.

Key Features

  • Wet gear or additional quick access items
  • Ventilating harness
  • Uper lightweight pack that still carries well
  • Unique walking pole tip grabbers for secure storage
  • SOS panel
  • Secure internal lid pocket
  • Reflective logos
  • Maximum comfort from a precise fit
  • Load zone: 22-33 lbs.
  • Lightweight version of AdaptiveFit hipbelt ensuring maximum comfort
  • Lightweight Centro adjustable back
  • Lightweight but durable Dyneema fabric body
  • Lid lash points
  • Large stretch side pockets
  • Key clip
  • Hydration pocket
  • Hipbelt pockets
  • Front compression pocket
  • Extra external lashing points
  • Extendible lid
  • Dyneema material used
  • Airflow mesh in back panel reduces moisture build up
  • 10 mm. web reduces weight with no loss of function
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