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You can pack an extra 10 liters in the Lowe Alpine AirZone Centro 35 Plus Pack, which means it's possible to fit your sleeping bag, small tent, stove, and food for a quick overnight in the backcountry.

  • AirZone breathable back maximizes airflow to keep you cool and comfortable
  • Adjustable back length and AdaptiveFit hipbelt ensure the perfect fit
  • Easy-access side entry lets you get at your gear quickly
  • Large front pocket and expandable volume give you versatile storage options
  • Included rain cover keeps you storm-ready
  • Secure ice-axe/trekking pole attachment system keeps essential accessories out of the way when not in use
  • Hydration compatible so you can easily get essential fluids on a long hike (reservoir not included)
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Very good Back pack

    My girl fried got these about a moth ago and it has became her favorite back pack, it has plenty of space for a 5 day light weight trip, and can be expanded for a little more of space, and the side sipper helps to take the stuff you packed at the bottom very easy, the back size adjustment is great and all the small pockets are perfect for items you need to reach all the time like a cell phone or a head lamp.

    Amazing Pack! Versatile and Lightweight

      This is my first review of a product ever...usually I don't feel strongly enough about equipment because I am so hard on gear that it never holds up. Such is not the case with the Airzone. I bought this pack about 8 months ago when I relocated to Southeast Alaska for work...(and play) This bag really, honestly has done it all for me. I use it as a duty bag, taking my overnight gear to and from work. The hiking around here is epic, and because of the weather the rainfly that comes with the Airzone is a MUST! It works great and stows super easy. I have used this bag to make a quick summit attempt of a peak in the winter,(the ice tool loops work great) countless hikes in the alpine, and slogging through muskeg, I have used it for super light overnighters, I have even been able to comfortably rig it to carry skis on a few off-piste days even though it isn't marketed as a ski bag. My only issue with the pack is that it took a couple months of scrambling and trail use to get used to the space between the bag and the user's back. Other than that, the hardware has held up to daily use, the straps are comfortable, and the bag itself is without rips or tears. I can't say enough good things about Lowe Alpine's Airzone. This is my first Lowe Alpine product, and if it is any indication of how their gear holds up, I am going to be a lifelong customer.

      Amazing Pack! Versatile and Lightweight

      Day pack for Kokoda Track

        Have just bought this day pack to commence training for the Kokoda Track. I have only used it the once so far in training and it seems to be everything I was looking for. Big enough for everything that I need, yet comfortably to carry all day. The storage compartments are great and plentiful. They allow me to be able to put things where I can easily access them without having to empty the whole pack to get to what I want.

        Nice overnighter..

          The AirZone back works quite well with lighter loads, however at heavier pack loads (>25 lbs) it pretty much compresses onto your back like every other pack would. Nice extras, good water bottle holder positioning, good-sized expandable front pocket (large enough for SLR with large lens). Only issue so far is the chest compression strap tends to pop off when training with 50 lbs in pack (though I doubt it was really made to handle this type of weight).

          Hi, Have you got this backpack in other...


          Have you got this backpack in other colors?

          How would this fare on a plane? Would it...

          How would this fare on a plane? Would it fit under the seat?