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For year-round mountain adventures, the Airzone Pro 35:45 has plenty of space for all your gear and a back system which breathes, contours round your back and adjusts easily for a precise, comfortable fit.

Combining Lowe Alpine's AirZone ventilated back, Torso Fit Centro length adjustment and AdaptiveFit hipbelt, the AirZone Pro fits exactly around your back, shoulders and hips and promotes airflow between you and the pack. The result: out of this world levels of all day comfort.

It's not just about the harness though: the layout of the bag has been designed to make stowing and accessing your kit as easy as possible. The capacity increases from 35 to 45 litres to swallow the extra kit you need for longer days out and occasional overnights, stretch mesh pockets and a large front pocket team up with hipbelt and shoulder-harness pockets to help organise your gear, and an ingenious bungee system on the front securely hangs onto a wet jacket or unhooks and expands to carry a sleeping mat. To avoid having to unpack the top of the bag to get at buried items, a large zip allows access to the main body of the rucksack. Instead of being at the front or base as with more conventional designs however, the access panel is on the side: this way you avoid putting the back system on the ground where it could pick up mud and snow.

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Product Features

  • Weight: 1570g
  • Volume: 35 + 10 Litres
  • AirZone back system
  • Torso Fit Centro adjustable back length
  • AdaptiveFit hipbelt
  • Top loading with side panel access
  • Side compression straps
  • Hydration compatible
  • Stretch mesh pockets, large zipped front pocket, stretch hipbelt pockets, mobile phone pocket on harness
  • Walking pole/ice-axe attachments
  • Versatile front elastic stowage cradle
  • Raincover

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5 Customer reviews for this product

Great pack crammed with features
Reviewed By Michaelangelo, 05 Feb 2015

I bought this pack about a year ago now shortly before starting a new job as a walking leader, but I also wanted it for myself to be suitable for summer and winter use too. Needless to say this bag met and exceeded my expectations!

The huge number of user-friendly details is incredible, they have really thought of everything and it all has a good use. The side entry is great for digging out buried gear or a first aid kit, deep mesh pockets for large bottles and don't forget Lowe Alpine's great pole attachment system and you're onto a winner already!

Yes ok there are lighter packs out there by the likes of Osprey but this pack is solid and doesn't feel that heavy - it carries weight well and the harness system is incredibly adjustable and hugs my body perfectly, and all without a sweaty back!

A great product and as always great customer service.



Everything you want from a rucksack
Reviewed By Matthew, 18 Mar 2014

I was in need of a daysack for mountaineering use and also for lightweight weekend trips during the warmer months. I was initially drawn to the airzone pro due to its adjustable size and that I have previously had very well performing Lowe Alpine bags. The colour scheme is also very attractive.

I am 5'10 with a 28" waist so often struggle to find rucksacks which allow me to use the waist strap effectively (a problem with the Osprey Talon 44) and this bag allowed me to do that. It is also heaped full of pockets and features which I have found to be very useful. All the straps work well and I had no issues using the bag when it was -15, everything was frozen and wearing massive gloves. I am yet to experience the effectiveness of the Airzone back but so far I can comment that the bag feels very solid, moving as one piece on your back which certainly made scrambling that bit easier.

If I was to be picky then the bag is not as light as others, but it does have a very solid feel about it. You don't feel like it is going to fail as soon as it has some wear. As these is only one size taller walkers may find the back piece does not go long enough for them either.

I feel the price is on par with the other bags in the range and I would highly recommend someone spends the extra money to get a bag with a solid back. I find it allows packing to not influence the comfort of the bag. This bag is a prime example of everything you want from a daysack.



Good rucksack for a day on the hills
Reviewed By Cameron, 03 Feb 2014

Was up in the lakes over the weekend and brought this day bag along for a good thorough testing. As usual the weather was poor, raining both days.
The bags waterproof shell did excellent against the harsh weather, dry as a bone once off the hills.
Big enough to fit all you need for a good day on the hill plus extra (crampons and ice axe).
Recommend but only for a simple day bag.



Accommodating without the sweaty back!
Reviewed By Matt, 10 Dec 2013

The other review on this bag has it pretty much wrapped up in terms of the detail but I'll explain my needs and why this bag was the one for me! I was looking for a bag which could accommodate 8-10 days worth of gear (excluding camping gear) for a Teahouse Trek in Nepal. Aware of the potentially warmer climes, it was a must that the chose bag had some sort of ventilation for your back. This limited my options when looking in the 40-50l pack range. However, this bag was in line with my requirements (when using it as a 45l pack) and was incredibly rugged and comfortable.

Easy access pockets and adjustable straps (as you'd expect) were incredibly valuable when walking and the fact that the frame size of this bag allowed it to be taken on as carry on luggage (check with your airlines!) was a huge benefit. Additional features like the waterproof bag and the emergency whistle are nice little extras.

I'd recommend this or the woman's version to anyone looking for a study, comfortable mutli-day pack or a spacious day-pack. Value for money and high spec...perfect!



Low profile, highly user friendly, feature packed!
Reviewed By Frankie, 02 May 2013

I have 6 months away from home this year and wanted a decent sized [but not too big!] back pack. My needs were met by this bag in the following ways:
-Comfort around the shoulders, support on the hips
-Compressibility where needed & possible
-A size below 50ltr [Way too big!]
-Excellent build quality and care
-A mesh back to reduce sweating
-Reasonably lightweight
-Highly adjustable to fit my shape

A staff member [Will, Kingston store] guided me through their bag range and spoke in depth about this one when I showed interest. The kicker selling point for me? 35 to 45 litre expandability.
It works very well and isn't an added 'gimmick', ruining the structure of the bag; it actually suits the purpose very well and the bag adapts if you need the extra room.

There are multiple clips and drawstrings to provide security too, enough so that I feel comfortable using the bag.

-Lifetime guarantee!
-Sweet colour scheme. Orange and black. I'm a fan.
-Rain cover built into the bag; an excellent addition.
-Pockets, pockets everywhere. Seriously there's a pocket on both hips, the left shoulder, the front underneath the drawstring assembly, a side access, and TWO in the hood! Not to mention the two side mesh pockets.
-Space in the bag for a hydration bladder. A wicked additional feature.
-Space to store walking sticks, handy if you hike a lot.
-Lightweight 'frameboard' in the bag gives structural support.

-Setup to your specific frame could get confusing but it's nothing an extra pair of hands couldn't help. Ask in store?
-There are SO MANY adjustment straps and pockets, you might get lost! Get to know your bag.
-You're apparently able to remove the plastic boarding from inside the bag via a zip compartment. Honestly, I think this is a challenge set by Lowe Alpine and whoever does it first must win a prize because it's damn near impossible.

To summarise, I was very, very happy with the purchase of this bag. I had a budget in mind and this came well into it, with all of its fantastic bells and useful whistles [That's another thing: The chest clip has an emergency whistle on it]. I got the bag with a discount too.
I would personally recommend the bag. I've done a practice packing with it and it easily handled everything I needed to store.

As a final note, I want to thank Will in Cotswold Kingston for his tremendous help with all of my questions!



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