Lowe Alpine TFX Cerro Torre 75:95 XL

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Manufacturer's Description

Visit Lowe Alpine's TFX Cerro Torre 75:95 XL page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Lowe Alpine TFX Cerro Torre 75:95 XL The Cerro Torre is a classic Lowe Alpine trekking/expedition packs. It has gained it's reputation by serving people in extreme situations all over the world. This years model is lighter but with increased functionality. Its clean lines make it ideal for mountain trips and treks at high altitude. Key Features and Benefits: * TFX 10 back system for maximum load carrying comfort * Patented AdapativeFit hipbelt for personalised comfort * Front entry system gives wide access to the contents * Strong lash points allow you to add items to the outside of the pack Additional Features: Raincover, 2 compartments with zip out divider, stretch water bottle pockets, hydration compatible, SOS panel, key clip, mitt friendly zip pulls, unique walking pole tip grabbers for secure storage, Noggin Notch TM for head clearance, pole and ice

- River Sports Outfitters

The Cerro Torre is a classic Lowe Alpine trekking/expedition packs. It has gained it’s reputation by serving people in extreme situations all over the world. Its clean lines make it ideal for mountain trips and treks at high altitude. ONE SIZE Key

- Teton Village Sports

Lowe Alpine TFX Cerro Torre 75:95 XL

previously retailed for:
$310.00 - $340.00

The Lowe Alpine TFX Cerro Torre 75:95 XL is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 2, 2013 at SunnySports.

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