Lowe Alpine Scream 28

Manufacturer's Description

Visit Lowe Alpine's Scream 28 page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

What's that noise' Oh, heh ... it's you with your Lowe Alpine Scream 28 Backpack, tearing down the hill in a whirling dervish of uncontainable enthusiasm. A trinity of features--padded hip belt, compression straps, and sternum strap--allow you to center the pack close to your body for steadiness over uncertain terrain. The pack is made from 330D double-ripstop nylon and should withstand abrasions from concrete walls, rock faces, or gravel-laden trails. When you've chosen the hard way home, the Flow-Zone channelled back lets cool air sneak in to replace the hot air you're letting off. Two mesh water bottle pockets, plus hydration compatibility, allow you to carry an assortment of beverages. The Scream's interior volume provides sufficient space for a hearty lunch, waterproof shell, an extra fleece, head lamp, extra tubes, and even a trail map. You've conquered the ride and now you're off to the pub to celebrate; stow your helmet in the cradle to minimize the number of odd looks you receive.

- Backcountry.com

The Lowe Alpine Scream 28 is a very stable hydration compatible daypack, featuring 4 compression straps, mesh side pockts, sternum strap, rain cover, and reflective hi-lights.

- CampSaver.com

Lowe Alpine Scream 28 Scream and scream some more, as you are tearing downhill, balance at its limit, at least you know that your pack is stable - as for your brain, well that's your problem! Additional Features: 2 mesh/bottle pockets; 4 volume compression / load control straps; reflective details; FLOWZONE back; Padded hipbelt with 2 pockets; 2 zipped compartments; 2 zipped pockets; organizer pockets; Hydration compatible system; Helmet holding cradle; Raincover; Sternum strap

- River Sports Outfitters

Lowe Alpine Scream 28

previously retailed for:
$68.97 - $110.00

The Lowe Alpine Scream 28 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen May 4, 2015 at SunnySports.

If you're looking for a new daypack (under 2,000 cu in), check out the best reviewed current models.

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