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The AirZone Trek + 45:55 Rucksack from Lowe Alpine is a four season day hiker's pack which is fully adjustable and superbly comfortable with front and lower entry points for easy access to more of your kit. The main lid is held down with two clips and the AirZone back system is highly breathable to help you stay dry and feel comfortable for longer. The adaptive fit hipbelt contours around your body to further enhance comfortable carrying.

The three different entry points on the bag are great for keeping your kit organised but also perfect for getting easy access to the entire contents of your pack. There is a bellows pocket on either side of the pack and another pocket on the top of the lid. Two stretchy pockets also on the side of the pack are great for extra water bottles or other snacks while the stretchy stash pocket on the front is perfect for a map and compass or even your waterproof jacket if the weather has turned out nice. There are also two hipbelt pockets which are ideal for storing high energy snacks as well as tissues and a camera and a small pocket on the shoulder strap of the harness which is ideal for a GPS unit or phone.

Compression straps at the side of the bag are great for stabilising your kit if your bag isn't full but also great to make the bag as small as possible so that it doesn't take up too much space when you put it away before using it next time. There are lash points on the front of the pack which are great for bulkier items like a roll mat and walking pole tip grippers will secure your walking poles when not in use.

An integrated raincover is tucked away into its own pouch making it easy to pull out should the rain start to pour, this will help protect your kit and rucksack from getting wet ensuring it doesn't soak up any extra water making your bag heavier than it needs to be.

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Product Features

  • Fabric: 210D 100% nylon mini rip stop
  • Capacity: 55L
  • Load zone: 10-15kg
  • AirZone breathable back system
  • Adaptive fit
  • Adjustable volume
  • Front stash pocket
  • Hipbelt pockets
  • Hydration compatible
  • Lash points
  • Zipped lid pocket
  • Lower entry
  • Phone pocket on harness
  • Integrated raincover
  • Stretchy side pockets
  • Walking pole tip grippers
  • Weight: 1.66kg

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(8.7 out of 10)
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(9 out of 10)

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Shrewsbury Enthusiast
Plenty of storage and then you have the extra 10 litres. Everything is easily accessable and the item itself is well thought out.
The only negative point I found was that you cannot store your walking poles in there retaining clips if you have rubber protectors on the end of the poles.
Confirmed purchase: 20 July 2015
Published on: 18 August 2015
(9 out of 10)


Barnes Enthusiast
The fit is extremely snug and once adjusted the sack doesn't move around and sits nicely on the hips and shoulders. The front opening and removeable bottom barrier compartment are welcome features as are the integrated waterproof cover and stretchy external front pocket for stashing araincoat or dirty washing.
Like most rucksacks there are a large number of straps all round this bag which make it look untidy. Other manufacturers (e.g. Jack Wolfskin) design the straps so the trailing ends can be tidied away easily so don't get caught in anything (e.g. airport scanning machines)
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Confirmed purchase: 01 July 2015
Published on: 03 August 2015
(8 out of 10)


Macclesfield Enthusiast
Just the right size for long distance footpaths overnighting in B&B's...a day pack is too small whuilst the big 65 litre trekking packs are too big.
The front loading means you can pack it like a suitcase and the bottom section is good to keep wetweather gear...accessible and seperate from overnight stuff.
Elasticated pockets front and side good for maps and bottles.
A lot of straps and fiddly adjustable bits and despite this can't get a perfect fit.
Chest straps too high up.
Time will tell but it doesnot seem very robust...the main shoulder straps and hip straps are held on by narrow attachments.
1 of 1 people found this review helpful
Confirmed purchase: 11 June 2015
Published on: 14 July 2015

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