Lowe Alpine Airzone ND 24

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Lowe Alpine Airzone ND 24 Backpack for WomenTake your hiking gear inside the Lowe Alpine Airzone ND 24 Backpack for Women. The Airzone breathable back maximizes airflow so your equipment will remain fresh. This product comes with stretch hip belt pockets and large mesh pockets for extra storage. The 3-way stretch material on this backpack comes with a phone harness pocket, to keep your mobile safe. This backpack comes with a hydration compatible access beneath the lid of the pack. The water bladder is stored in an internal pocket to keep it safe and reduce packing space. This pack has an internal key clip for safe storage. The internal lid zipped pocket can be filled with important valuables and comes with SOS instructions printed for emergency situations. The rain cover allows pack and contents to remain dry in heavy rain. This pack has. You can keep your walking pole tip grippers safe with the Lowe Alpine. Enjoy the trendy Lowe Alpine Airzone ND 24 Backpack for Women.

- SunnySports

The Lowe Alpine AirZone ND24 comes with an additional front pocket for those little items you don't want to forget, a harness pocket for your phone or other small electronic, mesh side pockets for water, a camera, or whatever else you need quick access to, hipbelt pockets, raincover, whistle, LED light loop, trekking pole tip grippers, and so much more...it kinda feels like magic...

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Pack your lunch, water, and rain jacket into the Lowe Alpine Women's AirZone ND 24 Backpack and you're ready to hit the trail. The women-specific AirZone suspension utilizes a breathable mesh back panel to keep you dry and conforms to the shape of your pack for a comfortable carry. When a rain shower passes by, a zipped front pocket provides quick access to a jacket while the rain cover keeps your gear dry.

- Backcountry.com