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Lowe Alpine Diran 65:75 Rucksack

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Be it the rugged mountain ranges of Scotland, the high altitude deserts of Peru or a weekend exploring an 'off the tourist trail' city that you are dreaming of visiting; undertaking multi-day backpacking trips for the first time means choosing a pack with the right balance between technical features and value.

The Diran 65:75 Rucksack strikes that balance. It is a pack that will not short change you on features nor construction. We put carrying comfort first and thanks to the Axiom 3 back system you'll have a comfortable and stable carry whatever plans.

With additional lash points for your gear, bellow side pockets for extra storage and an integrated raincover for whatever the weather throws at you, your needs are well taken care of. With plenty of packing space and quick and easy access to your gear with a large zipped front access, this pack will ensure that when you decide to go beyond the reach of day trippers you do it with ease and in comfort.

  • Fabric: 300D Nailhead (100% polyester, 300D)
  • Axiom 3 back system
  • Bellows side pockets
  • Large zipped front panel
  • Additional lash points
  • Hipbelt pockets
  • Walking pole tip grippers
  • Lower entry
  • Raincover
  • Hydration compatible
  • SOS panel
  • Key clip
  • Load-lifting handle
  • 2 compartments with zip out divider
  • Stowable ice axe loops
  • Inside / outside lower compression on mesh side pockets
  • Accessory straps
  • Capacity: 65+10L
  • Dimensions: 80 x 40 x 30cm
  • Weight: 2.40kg
Product Code: E1112674
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Lowe Alpine was founded in 1967, back when good quality outdoor kit was hard to find. So when they applied their mountaineering experience to practical design, they quickly created one of the finest and most respected ranges of rucksacks available.

 

Today, the range of Lowe Alpine accessories and equipment expends through several categories, each one making the outdoors a more enjoyable and safe place to explore; whether that’s a long, multi-day excursion or simply a day out along a coastal path or forest trail with the family.