The Alpine Ascent ND 35 by Lowe Alpine Westerly RI

The Lowe Alpine Alpine Ascent MD 35 alpine pack is a spacious 2100 cubic inch internal frame model that’s made out of a strong and durable new type of nylon polyester fabric.

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The Alpine Ascent ND 35 by Lowe Alpine

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Lowe Alpine Alpine Ascent ND 35 Backpack

The Lowe Alpine Alpine Ascent MD 35 alpine pack is a spacious 2100 cubic inch internal frame model that’s made out of a strong and durable new type of nylon polyester fabric. The Alpine Ascent is ideal for women and people who have smaller frames. The pack has a ski attachment system and two removable ice axe loops. It also comes with a removable hip belt, a stiffened back with light frame sheet, gear loops on the waist belt, a body-shaped harness, and a sternum strap. The Alpine Ascent ND35 is also hydration compatible.

Specifics (medium size)

  • Material - TXN500/NHC330 New Fabric (nylon/polyester)
  • Approximate volume - 2100 cubic inches
  • Average weight - 3 lb.6 oz.
  • Frame - 17 inches

Features

  • Quick and secure 'lasso' ski-attachment system
  • Molded back with ice axe groove
  • Hip belt can be removed for use with a harness
  • Two removable ice axe loops
  • Wand pockets and haul loops
  • Dual daisy chains
  • Stiffened back with light frame sheet
  • 20mm web belt for use when the hip belt is removed
  • Gear loops on the waist belt
  • Body-shaped harness
  • Sternum strap
  • Hydration compatible
  • Extendible lid with both internal and external pockets
  • ...

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