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Your separation from the workweek never feels quite complete without a dozen miles or so between you and the nearest road. The expandable Lowe Alpine TFX Appalachian 65:85 Backpack features expandable capacity extra gear and an adjustable suspension system ensures a good fit for the rocky journey.

  • TFX 6 back panel features a supportive air channel for breathability while padded, adjustable shoulder straps and waist-belt transfer the load to your legs
  • Top and bottom access points provide easy access points to your gear
  • Bottom zippered sleeping bag compartment lets you get to your bag without emptying your pack, and zip-out divider lets you stuff the pack like a suitcase
  • An included rain cover protects it all from showers
  • Hydration sleeve with exit port keeps you drinking and moving all day
  • Dual side pockets, front bungees, and two side water bottle pockets hold accessories where you can get to them easily
  • Side, bottom, and top lid compression straps reduce dead space and solidify the pack for transport, but also attach additional gear
  • Two tool bungee loops hold ice tools or trekking poles and feature lower attachments to keep your pole points secure and prevent tears in your pack
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Decent product for the price

    Pros:

    Huge, space for all of my stuff and some of my girlfriends.

    Secure... well designed frame and strap system.

    Comes with rain cover which is a must have.

    Solid Construction



    Cons:

    Needs more pockets, forces you to combine items in to 1 main pockets, 1 bottom sleeping bag pocket, 1 large brain, and 2 side pockets. I would love a pocket or two on the hip belt or at least one more smaller to keep your little stuff easily accesible and not hidden underneath your large items.

    Non detatchable brain: my girlfriend has a very similar pack and hers has a detachable brain for a day pack which is an awesome option and saves her from having to turn a dry sac into a day pack which is what I do.



    Straps: Personally I'm not a huge fan of the material that the straps are made out of, they are slightly abrasive and could be improved.



    Overall, I am happy with the product I got, especially for the price I paid.