Lowe Alpine Nanon 35:40

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Lowe Alpine's Nanon 35:40 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

CLOSEOUTS . Built for weight-conscious day hikers who want load-carrying comfort, Lowe Alpine's Nanon 35:40 backpack is constructed of lightweight Dyneemaand#174; ripstop nylon. The Hyperlite Centro back adjustment and Adaptive Fit waistbelt ensure a great fit. Available Colors: DARK AQUA.

- Sierra Trading Post

Lowe Alpine Nanon 35:40 The Nanon targets those people who want a lighter packs but also want functional features that help to organise their loads during the trek. Key Features and Benefits: * Super lightweight pack that still carries well * Lightweight but durable Dyneema fabric body * Lightweight Centro adjustable back for maximum comfort from a precise fit * Lightweight version of AdaptiveFit hipbelt ensuring maximum comfort * 10mm web reduces weight with no loss of function * Airflow mesh in back panel reduces moisture build up * Front compression pocket for wet gear or additional quick access items Additional Features: Extra external lashing points, large stretch side pockets, key clip, lid lash points, SOS panel, secure internal lid pocket, unique walking pole tip grabbers for secure storage, reflective logos, hydration pocket, ventilati

- River Sports Outfitters

Lowe Alpine Nanon 35:40

previously retailed for:
$99.95 - $220.00

The Lowe Alpine Nanon 35:40 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 11, 2015 at SunnySports.

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