Lowe Alpine Blue Night Altus 42:47 Hiking Backpack
Move with agility on mountain trails or over untouched snow with the Altus 42:47, a versatile four season hiking backpack that provides great load support and stability. Ideal for days spent mountain hiking, the Altus combines function with ultimate fit and comfort, whatever kit you’re carrying.
Ideal for lightweight Alpine hut to hut hiking and winter walking, the Altus 42:47 has an extendable lid, increasing the volume by an extra 5 litres. Base and side compression straps create stability, while an easy-to-use hook and loop adjustable back length and forward pull hip belt adjustment achieve the perfect fit.
With U-shaped front opening and internal zipped divider, the Altus 42:47 features a front stash with large zipped pocket and large stretch mesh side pockets. Poles and ice axes are kept securely to hand with TipGripper walking pole attachments, HeadLocker axe attachment system, and daisy chain lash points. Made with tough Robic ripstop and weather-resistant HydroShield fabrics and ideal for hiking, mountaineering, and ski touring, the Altus 42:47 combines comfort with efficiency to keep you moving freely over varied mountain terrain.
- Daisy chain lash points
- Zipped hipbelt pockets
- Secure TipGripper walking pole attachments
- Forward pull hipbelt adjustment
- Side compression straps
- Rain cover
- Hydration compatible
- Internal lid security pocket with key clip
- SOS panel
- Sternum strap with whistle
- External zipped lid pocket
- Adjustable back-length with easy to use hook and loop backsystem
- HeadLocker axe attachment system
- Extendable lid to increase volume by 5 litres
- Zipped front entry for easy access
- Internal zipped divider panel
- Base compression
- Front stash with large zipped pocket
- Large stretch mesh side pockets
- Weight: M-L 1.7kg / 3lb 12oz - L-XL 1.8kg / 3lb 15oz
- Back System: AirContour+
- Dimensions: 68 x 35 x 38cm
LOWE ALPINE BLUE NIGHT ALTUS 42:47 HIKING BACKPACK
ABOUT LOWE ALPINE
In 1967 Greg Lowe was desperate for better gear for his climbing & mountaineering exploits. He needed a backpack that could carry his gear securely but let him move freely on technical and demanding terrain. He designed ‘The Expedition Pack’, it featured an internal frame, compression straps and other never seen before features. Our first product is now considered the blueprint from which all modern, technical backpacks are derived.