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Lowe Alpine - Airzone Trek+ 35:45 - Touring backpack

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Attributes & features
Suitable for:
Trekking backpack
Recommended use:
Trekking; Hiking; Touring
35 l + 10 l (extension)
210D mini ripstop; 450HDP
Carry system:
Torso Fit Centro adjustable carry system with Adaptive Fit hip belt and chest harness with whistle
via the breathable carry system
Additional compartments:
Inside zip pockets; 2 mesh side pockets; 1 pocket on the shoulder strap; 1 front pocket; 2 hip belt pockets
Hydration system:
Rain cover:
1620 g
Attachment loops; Holder for trekking poles; side compression straps
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Product description
Thanks to its suspended mesh back panel and adjustable torso system, the Lowe Alpine AirZone Trek 35:45 Backpack will fit you like a glove and keep you ventilated on warm summer days. The expandable front pocket allows you to pack light for a long day hike or increase the storage capacity for a minimalist overnight adventure. Plus, the stretch stash pocket is perfect for keeping a rain jacket or puffy close at hand.
  • AirZone suspension utilizes a suspended mesh back panel for maximum breathablility and comfortable support
  • Torso Fit Centro system adjusts between 18-20 inches for a perfect fit
  • AdaptiveFit waistbelt conforms to a variety of hip shapes and sizes for a custom feeling fit
  • Top access provides easy packing while the side panel allows you to access gear while the pack is laying on its side
  • Bottom access with zip-out divider helps keep gear organized
  • Carry range between 22-33 pounds makes this AirZone ideal for long day hikes and minimalist overnight excursions
  • Large expandable front pocket can increases the pack's volume from 35 to 45 liters
  • Burly Mini Rip fabrics provide abrasion resistance and durability
  • Hydration compatible for convenient thirst quenching
  • Dual side mesh, hipbelt, shoulder strap, and internal zipped pockets keep gear organized
  • Specialized pole loops securely stow walking poles when not in use
  • Front stretch pocket allows you to stash a rain jacket or puffy
  • Sternum strap with whistle prevents the pack from shifting and adds a safety feature
  • Raincover keeps your gear dry if you get caught in a storm
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| Regensburg

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Sehr Gut, aber!

Ich habe diesen Rucksack nun seit ein paar Monaten jeden tag bei Tour und Alltag immer dabei und bin im Großen und Ganzen zufrieden.

Die verschiedenen Fächer sind sehr sinnvoll für ein Einsatz im alltag, mit Nasswäschefach für die benutzten Trainingsklamotten, Overflow für die Regenjacke, und sogar 3 elastischen taschen an Gürtel bzw. Shoulder-strap (super für Handy, Kleingeld, Müsli-riegel, etc)

Einziger whermutstropfen ist der Tragekomfort: die Last wird nicht gut genug auf die Hüfte übertragen, wodurch Nackenschmerzen verursacht werden können.

Für kürzere Wandertouren mit unter 8 kilo Gepäck und den activen Alltag ist der Backpack aber Erste Sahne!

  • Advantages
    Useful details
    Good storage options
    Good adjustment options
    Good ventilation
    Easy to load
  • Disadvantages
    Not comfortable to carry
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Martin | Bautzen
23.02.2014 17:27

Genau wegen der schwachen Lastenabstützung auf der Hüfte habe ich dann einem Deuter den Vorzug gegeben. Ansonsten fand ich den Rucksack hervorragend. Aber was nützt es, wenn das ganze Gewicht auf den Schultern hängt...

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