Lowe Alpine Alpine Attack ND 35:45

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Free Shipping. Lowe Alpine Women's Alpine Attack ND35:45 Pack FEATURES of the Lowe Alpine Women's Alpine Attack ND35:45 Pack Moulded back system WebCatcher system LoadLocker buckle Two HeadLocker buckles Trishield Grid fabric Stowable hipbelt AdaptiveFit harness Removable frame Removable lid Movable Rope / Crampon holder Chest strap Mitt friendly buckles

- Moosejaw

For a long time women in the alpine world were forced to simply use smaller men's packs. Then came "women-specific" packs, which were really just men's packs in different colors. Lame. After years of feedback from many of the world's top female climbers, skiers, and alpinists, Lowe Alpine made the Women's Alpine Attack series, packs that are truly women's specific, in more than just name or colors. One of the best examples of this is the Lowe Alpine Women's Alpine Attack ND 35:45 Backpack, featuring a back panel, harness and hip belt that are shaped for the female body and made by people who have actually studied female physiology. Don't think for a second, however, that Lowe Alpine spent all its time focusing on the women-specific fit and forgot to include all the features you'd want in a top-level alpine climbing pack. The Alpine Attack features glove-friendly buckles and straps so that you can make adjustments and transitions when the weather turns nasty, without risk of frostbite. Because there are times when you're going to need to wear a climbing harness, and packs just don't sit that comfortably over them, you can stow this hip belt (tuck it back into the pack) to eliminate chafing. The new, award-winning HeadLocker axe attachment system will allow you to attach even the most new-fangled of leashless climbing tools. Never again do you need to get turned away mid-route by a steep section of ice for which you weren't able to bring the proper tools. The movable strap under the lid allows you to reposition your attached rope or crampons so you can access the pack without having to constantly remove and reattach your vital equipment. The less time spent in transition means faster, safer climbing. Finally, because everyone knows that skiing down is more fun than walking down, Lowe Alpine added a versatile ski-carrying system that means you can easily bring skis along.

- Backcountry.com

Lightweight, durable, clean design yet capable of carrying axes, skis and heavy loads in comfort. Lightweight yet durable Dyneema based fabric, patented alloy Load Locker buckle for use in extreme conditions, patented Headlocker axe attachment system that will cope with virtually any axe on the market, new easier to handle WebCatcher system for fastening axes, skis and poles, stowable adaptive fit hipbelt, adaptive fit harness and hipbelt ensuring the best individualised fit for maximum carrying comfort, tuck-away climbing compatible hipbelt; Bivy Mat; Headlock buckle for modern ice tools, alloy buckles for extreme conditions, removable frame, lid, etc. Comfortable no-snow back; ski carrying system. Women's Specific

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The Alpine Attack ND 35:45 Pack from Lowe Alpine is designed for the modern alpinist. The lightweight, durable, and clean design make this pack capable of carrying skis and heavy loads. This women's specific version is designed to distribute weight lower in the pack with shorter, wider, and deeper dimensions.

- CampSaver.com

Lowe Alpine Alpine Attack ND 35:45

previously retailed for:
$101.47 - $210.00

The Lowe Alpine Alpine Attack ND 35:45 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 15, 2016 at CampSaver.com.

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