Lowe Alpine Fall Line 35

A ski pack designed for hut-to-hut or day tours, the Fall Line 35 carries skis (side or diagonal carry), a snowboard, or snowshoes using the Web Catcher system. A front pocket secures a shovel, probe, and skins, and provides fast access to emergency gear.

The Fall Line 35 features a shovel handle holder, helmet lash loops, wand pockets, two ice ax (or trekking pole) loops, a soft goggle pocket, and mitt-friendly zipper pulls. An SOS panel, illustrating standard mountain distress signals, is located in the pack’s pocket. The Fall Line 35 uses Lowe Alpine’s Torso Fit Centro adjustable back system and has a molded ventilated back, removable waist belt, hip belt pocket and gear loop, and a hydration sleeve and exit.


Capacity 2100 cubic inches (35L)
Weight 3 lbs 9 oz (1.613 kg)



I have had this pack for four seasons now and this…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars


I have had this pack for four seasons now and this unit is awesome. This pack will haul any type of winter gear that you want to put on it, skis, snowshoes, poles, climbing gear, shovel, etc.

It also takes one hell of a beating out in the forest. If you're doing backcountry tele there's not a branch that can hurt this thing. This is a great day pack.


I have the smaller one Powder Line 22, and I borrowed…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars

I have the smaller one Powder Line 22, and I borrowed this from my friend which is practically the same cut and design but bigger. The feeling is the same like on the Powder Line 22.

This pack has the best feel on your back, period. Funny, it's easier to climb with him than without him on your back. Look for Powder Line 22 review.

Lowe Alpine Fall Line 35


The Fall Line 35 has been discontinued.


The Lowe Alpine Fall Line 35 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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