Lowe Alpine Greystone Atlas ND65 Rucksack
The world awaits the brave, and for those just starting out in backpacking, be it trekking a mountain skyline or hitting the round the world tourist trail, the Atlas offers all that you need to ensure that your experience is a good one.
The pack implements a proven design with a large main compartment and smaller lower one, with access points at both the top and bottom. With technical features that include lash points for your gear, the ability to stash a couple of water bottles in the bellow side pockets and an integrated raincover to keep your gear dry, this backpack is very user friendly. Making use of the fully adjustable Axiom 3 back system which transfers weight to the hips, enables you to personalise your fit and haul up to 65 litres of gear in comfort and stability.
Offering exceptional value for the feature set and all the storage space you could need, whether it’s for the gap year, a group expedition or a simple overnight camping trip, taking the Atlas with you and you might find more than yourself.
Back System: Axiom 3
Back Length: 38 - 50.8cm
LOWE ALPINE GREYSTONE ATLAS ND65 RUCKSACK
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.