The Contour Trek 30 Daypack by Lowe Alpine Beatrice NE

The Lowe Alpine contour Trek 30 daypack is an 1800 cubic inch model made out of strong TXP600/NHC330 nylon polyester, with contoured tear-drop shape for comfort.

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The Contour Trek 30 Daypack by Lowe Alpine

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Lowe Alpine Contour Trek 30 Daypack

The Lowe Alpine contour Trek 30 daypack is an 1800 cubic inch model that’s made out of strong TXP600/NHC330 nylon polyester. It comes in a contoured tear-drop shape to keep the load at your lower back. It has mesh pockets to hold water bottles and a front map pocket that has a water resistant zipper. There’s also a lower compartment so you can organize your load better. The Contour is also compatible with a hydration system and comes with reflective front piping.

Specifics

  • Material - from TXP600D nylon polyester/NHC330
  • Approximate volume - 1800 cubic inches
  • Average weight - 1 lb. 12 oz.
  • Frame - 19 inches

Features

  • Tear-drop shape keeps the load in your lower back for stability
  • Zip entry for easy access
  • Lower compartment for better load organization
  • Front map pocket with a water resistant zipper
  • Body-shaped harness
  • Sternum strap
  • 40mm web belt
  • Molded ventilated back
  • Mesh water bottle pockets
  • Reflective front piping
  • Compatible for hydration system
  • ...

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