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It just makes sense.

A successful trip is about more than just getting you to where you need to be. It means getting you and your gear there, safely and comfortably. Lowe Alpine designed the Alpine Attack 45:55 Backpack with just that in mind. It's chock full of features to make your life easier, even when you're making things as difficult as possible.

The Alpine Attack features glove-friendly buckles and straps so that you can make adjustments and transitions when the weather turns nasty, without risk of frostbite. Because there are times when you're going to need to wear a climbing harness, and packs just don't sit that comfortably over them, a stowable hip belt was added that allows the hip belt to be tucked back into the pack when you're wearing a climbing harness. The new award-winning HeadLocker axe attachment system will allow you to attach even the most new-fangled of leashless climbing tools. Never again do you need to get turned away mid-route by a steep section of ice for which you weren't able to bring the proper tools. Those tough choices are now a thing of the past. The movable strap under the lid allows you to reposition your attached rope or crampons, allowing access to the pack without having to constantly remove and reattach your vital equipment. The less time spent in transition means faster, safer climbing. Finally, because everyone knows that skiing down is more fun than walking down, Lowe Alpine added a versatile ski-carrying system that means you can easily carry your skis on the way up and shred pow on the way down.

  • Glove-friendly buckles
  • Stowable hip belt
  • Double HeadLocker axe attachments
  • Under lid rope and crampon strap
  • Ski carrying system

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Unanswered Question

How does this thing work for a 20" torso and 30 inch waist? I had the older version of this pack and it had a short torso compared to the waist belt which was way too large and I had to sew it to modify it. I liked this pack a lot and it brought me to many summits. Pretty much the perfect size for 1 to 3 nights and the material is very tough. Also like that they changed the ice tool attachment as the older version had a tough time with modern tools with thick heads.

Back length

Back length

Since there isn't much info on the net about dimensions of this pack. It is 42cm or 16.5 inches from the base of the back padding to the start of the shoulder straps.

5 5

Great Pack

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Lightweight, very well set up for long day multi night treks. Especially like the strap under top for quick access to layers when managing heat or cold, also great system to ratchet down ice axes, poles, and whatever else on exterior. Great quality.

What are the dimensions of this pack?

depends on how it is packed obviously but mine is about 14-16" wide on my back, 24" long and maybe 10-12" deep.