The Walkabout Air 45 Daypack by Lowe Alpine Saco ME

The Lowe Alpine Walkabout Air 45 daypack is a 2700 cubic inch model that’s made out of durable TXP600/SRP300 nylon. It comes with side pockets and a large front mesh pocket.

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The Walkabout Air 45 Daypack by Lowe Alpine

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Lowe Alpine Walkabout Air 45 Daypack

The Lowe Alpine Walkabout Air 45 daypack is a 2700 cubic inch model that’s made out of durable TXP600/SRP300 nylon. It comes with side pockets and a large front mesh pocket. The Walkabout comes with a raincover to keep it dry and a padded waist belt to keep you comfortable while hiking. The Walkabout is also compatible with a hydration system, and comes with an attachment point for an ice axe attachment point as well as a trekking pole.

Specifics

  • Material - TXP600/SRP300 nylon
  • Approximate volume - 2700 cubic inches
  • Average weight - 3 lb. 4 oz.
  • Frame - 17 inches

Features

  • Integrated side pockets for extra capacity when needed
  • Pure Air Zone back suspends the load away from your body for ventilated comfort and stability
  • Raincover included
  • Body-shaped harness
  • Sliding sternum strap
  • Padded waist belt for added comfort
  • Internal and external zippered lid pockets
  • Single ice-axe attachment point and trekking pole attachment
  • Large front mesh pocket
  • Compatible for hydration system
  • ...

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