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The Lowe Alpine Peak Attack 35 Backpack breaks down so you can carry exactly what you need on your next ascent without an extra ounce. We all know lighter is better, but Lowe Alpine is able to accomplish this without sacrificing pack durability. That means performance and reliability.
Lowe Alpine Peak Attack 35:45 The Peak Attack is a favourite that has been updated using the latest technology and ideas The result is a very modern pack that like its lighter brother the Alpine Attack ticks all the requirement boxes for the modern alpinist. Key Features and Benefits: * 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 Additional Features: Tuck-away climbing-compatible hipbelt, with gear loops; Headlock buckle for ice tools; Ski carry system; Comfortable Air-Mesh back; Removable lid, frame-sheet etc for lightweight ascents. Load zone: 13-18Kg / 29-40lb
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