NOW: £35.00 RRP: £55.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £55.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £55.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £55.00

NOW: £35.00 RRP: £55.00

Product Code: 62110596

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The Orbit: a fantastic all-round daysack for travel, for college, for heading into the hills, for commuting to the office, for the gym... for anywhere you need a bag!

A generous 30 litres swallows all your bits and pieces, whether it's waterproofs, flask, map and compass or laptop, wallet, phone and paperwork. A padded inner sleeve accommodates your hydration system or tablet/notebook and a variety of pockets keep your equipment well organised. Compression straps keep a neat profile when the bag's not full to capacity; the uncluttered lines can further enhanced by removing the stabilising waistbelt.


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FREE STANDARD UK DELIVERY 20 - 23 November 2014

Product Features

  • Large main compartment with padded inner sleeve for laptop or hydration bladder
  • Zipped top stash-pocket with key clip
  • Zipped front pocket with zipped inner mesh pocket
  • Mesh water bottle pockets
  • Compression straps
  • Walking pole bungee-loops
  • Padded spacer-mesh back panel
  • Contoured shoulder straps
  • Sternum strap with integral whistle
  • Detachable waistbelt 
  • Capacity: 30L
  • Weight: 630g

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18 Customer reviews for this product

 
Versatile daypack
Reviewed By Sheila, 28 May 2014

Lightweight, comfortable and surprisingly roomy. Good value for money. I bought this to provide cabin luggage for a plane journey and as a daypack during our holiday. It has been ideal, has just enough but not too many pockets and seems well made.

 

 

 
Great quality daysack
Reviewed By David, 11 Feb 2014

I got this bag to replace a schoolbag I had been using as it was too small. It was to be used primarily for commuting to and from college. It's a really great rucksack and I'm impressed. To look at it you wouldn't think it could hold that much but for me it takes; my laptop, headphones, charge, iPad mini, waterproof jacket, ringbinder and large water bottle. The bag is well designed and well organised with good separate compartments.

I really like the design of the rucksack. I got the blue colour and I just love it! The bag itself is very comfortable even when it's full and it sits well on your back. I love how the waist support straps can be taken off if you don't need them. I do this if I'm only commuting as the chest straps are sufficiently comfortable and supportive. The compression straps sometimes get in the way of the main zip but I've gotten used to it, it's only a minor thing. I have yet to use the bag in the outdoors hiking etc but I imagine it would perform very well. Haven't quite figured out what the elastic circles on one side are for.

Overall I would definitely reccomend for commuting but also hiking and walking. All round awesome bag and you certainly can't argue with the price!

 

 

 
Useful and high quality, Excellent for travel
Reviewed By Matthew, 23 Dec 2013

The rucksack is comfortable to wear in most conditions, it does not bump or bruise and there are sufficient load relieving straps to prevent back pain. There is plenty of space to fit a full bladder system and coats/jackets/first aid kits etc. comfortably. There are plenty of pockets and zips to securely store valuables. The clips that enable the main pocket to be compacted do, however, make unzipping the main pocket a little more complex than it otherwise would be but, if the clips are unclipped the pocket can easily be opened. I would definitely recommend this as a day bag to anyone.

 

 

 
High quality, versatile and perfect for carry on
Reviewed By Gustavo, 09 Dec 2013

I really like it. It is a good size with a variety of pockets, good comfortable straps. I use it for work and I am able to get quite a lot into it. Highly recommended.

 

 

 
Really good all round backpack
Reviewed By Elliot, 14 Jul 2013

I bought this to be used for days out climbing at centres and on the crags, but was so pleased with how comfortable it was that I've started using it for college as well! It's big enough to fit all my climbing gear in, but not so big that I can't use it on a daily basis to carry folders and books. Great pack.

 

 

 
Great rucksack for everyday use and hiking.
Reviewed By Sean, 01 Jul 2013

I use my rucksack for commuting to work, shopping, and various other tasks. It takes a lot of punishment but shows no sigh on aging.

 

 

 
Good practical day sack
Reviewed By Sean, 08 May 2013

Good size with comfortable straps and back padding. The side mesh pockets are a good size for water bottles. Inner section for hydro pack but still has good size for carrying equipment (clothes, books or laptop). It has a practical front pocket and secure top pocket on the bag which is good for daily use. It does not have a water proof cover but so far has no leaking in light rain.
Currently a great price and well worth buying.

 

 

 
Value for money
Reviewed By Richard, 03 Apr 2013

Great value for money sits well on the back with plenty of space. Why spend more on something that cost double the price and does the same thing.

 

 

 
grate if u have a lot to pack for the day
Reviewed By , 02 Apr 2013

grate fits well good straps around waist and chest fitas alot in verey good all round bag

 

 

 
Simple, fantastic rucksack
Reviewed By Amy, 11 Mar 2013

I needed a simple, relatively cheap, but durable daysack (which is surprisingly hard to find!). Thank goodness for the Lowe Alpine Orbit 30. It suits my needs perfectly - it has a large main compartment, then a smaller one in front, which has a handy little pocket for those small things that usually fall to the bottom of your bag (and subsequently become impossible to find when you need them). There is also a handy (and well hidden) pocket on the top of the bag behind the larger compartment perfect for keys, phone etc. Absolutely love this bag - highly recommended!

 

 

 
True all rounder!
Reviewed By Andrew, 09 Mar 2013

I love this bag! In fact, I love it so much that I bought two! I bought my first one as a daysack for trips up the hills. I loved it so much that I bought a second one as a commuter bag for walking/cycling to work and as a carry on bag. It is a good sized, well made practical pack. Ok, it may not be the best looking pack in the world but hey. If I was to be really picky, the only bad thing about this pack is that it doesn't come with a waterproof cover.

 

 

 
Great Backpack
Reviewed By siobhan, 06 Mar 2013

Bought for a weekend away, comfortable to use and supprisingly spacious!

 

 

 
Great cycle to work daysack
Reviewed By Rupert, 21 Feb 2013

I cycle or run to work and this has daysack been a winner. It has less compression straps and cargo netting than my last daysack and I'm pleased about that as they were unnecessary - so keep it simple wins here. Only criticism is that I've been thwacked in the ear by the chest strap when it's undone a couple of times whilst running. It has a great sall zipped compartment for the ipod as well as a more secure zipped mesh bag in the body of the daysack for the wallet and phone. I've not tried it on the hills yet but I have faith.

 

 

 
Good roomy, strong bag.
Reviewed By Andrew, 14 Feb 2013

Decent bag, I got one a while ago while reduced.

Plenty of room and good zips (that don't tangle in the fabric unlike a certain other brand I had before).

The back pocket is big - room for a small SLR camera with a mid-length lens. (Be careful to zip such heavy stuff securely!)

The straps & chest strap can be set to a good tight fit too.

 

 

 
Very roomy rucksack for very good price
Reviewed By Nicki, 25 Oct 2012

This rucksack is very capacious. I needed a bag that could accommodate a complete change of clothes and lunch to facilitate my walking to work and this does the job perfectly. The support gives it a very comfortable fit.

 

 

 
light, simple and efficient
Reviewed By Hyun-Ah, 14 Sep 2012

I bought this for my friend (his birthday gift). I looked for a light, durable one with simple design & color (plus reasonable price). Low Alpine Orbit 30 was just right for my criteria.

 

 

 
Good quality bag
Reviewed By Jimmy, 16 Jun 2012

For the reduced price of 25 pounds you cannot fault the bag. Did a 3 hour hiking with it and it was very comfortable. Every part of the bag looks like well made. The only criticism could be, it looks quiet sober(and boring probably). Personally I prefer sober looking stuff which is well made so this is perfect for me.

 

 

 
A good low tech pack at a good price
Reviewed By Simon, 12 May 2012

I bought the Orbit 30 to replace my city pack. I like to keep my bike lights, and a couple of other much used items safely tucked away and the pack has a zipped inner pocket perfect for the job. The pack is light, so not a nuisance when nearly empty, and still comfortable when full.
The waist strap is narrow, and the pack is not for heavy duty use. One minor complaint is that two compartment zips are close together, and I often open the wrong one.
But a good and reasonably priced pack for everyday city use, and it is perfectly good as a low tech day pack for country walks too

 

 

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