Lowe Alpine Double Dipper

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Lowe Alpine's Double Dipper page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Lowe Alpine Double Dipper THE re-hydration pack. With two bottles and massive capacity, this beltpack takes you further. Key Features and Benefits: Twin bottles (supplied) stay cool in insulated pockets Front bungee cord gives extra gear-carrying capacity Additional Features: Padded back, compression and stability webbing, grab handle, mesh side pockets,front reflective piping, key clip. Volume: 5lt / 300cu.in.

- River Sports Outfitters

CLOSEOUTS . Feel free to double dip in Lowe Alpine's fannypack. Adjustable tension keeps pack from bouncing around while you hike. Two 16 oz. water bottles fit snugly Drawcord bungee secures extra clothing Rear-facing zip compartment Mesh belt with quick-release buckle Waistbelt: 47” Size: Approx 10x5x5- ” (includes bottle pockets) Capacity: Approx. 300 cu.in. Weight: 13.8 oz. Fabric: Water-resistant nylon exterior CLOSEOUTS . China.

- Sierra Trading Post

Stay hydrated and cool on the trail with this handy waist pack. Breathable mesh waistbelt and padded back keep you dry, cool and comfortable. Two insulated bottle holsters keep beverages cold; elastic cords keep them secure. Side compression straps stabilize and control the load. Front zigzag bungee cord lets you keep gloves and extra clothing handy; reflective for extra safety. Includes two leak-resistant water bottles. Closeout.


Lowe Alpine Double Dipper

previously retailed for:
$14.93 - $55.00

The Lowe Alpine Double Dipper is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 16, 2012 at SunnySports.

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