/ Alpine climbing Pack

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Squirrel Bill - on 02 Jan 2007
Morgan Woods - on 02 Jan 2007
In reply to Squirrel Bill:

good article....would like to find out where you can buy the Lowe Neutrino (30L) as recommended in the article.
Wilbur - on 02 Jan 2007
In reply to Morgan Woods:

gearfreak!!!
Morgan Woods - on 02 Jan 2007
In reply to Wilbur:

well i've already mailed PF to see where i can get one....looks quite the dogs too.
TRip - on 02 Jan 2007
Squirrel Bill - on 02 Jan 2007
In reply to Squirrel Bill: I think after much debate, I've decided on the Pod Black Ice. Seems that I'll be able to use it for everything, including my duke of edinburgh
noxious - on 03 Jan 2007
In reply to Tom Ripley:

Strangely I have both the Neutrino (discontinued) and the Cirrus.
The Cirrus is a touch heavier but much more robust and can hold more.
I think Lowe do 'lite' versions of their mountain attack range that are similar to the Neutrino.
Deejay on 03 Jan 2007 - 86.112.192.70 whois?
In reply to Squirrel Bill:

Cheapest and best (and avoids all the discussion about weight etc):

http://images.google.co.uk/imgres?imgurl=http://www.londondollshouse.com/images/Tesco%2520bag.jpg&am...

DJ
Squirrel Bill - on 03 Jan 2007
In reply to Squirrel Bill: I no longer need advice on this topic. Thanks alot for everyone's help.

I have decided on the Pod Black Ice. Seems the most versatile sack you can buy.
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noxious - on 03 Jan 2007
In reply to Squirrel Bill:

> I no longer need advice on this topic. Thanks alot for everyone's help.

Noted. But for those who wanted a Neutrino type replacement. This looks similar - Lowe Mountain Attack 30 'hyperlite'. Lite just ain't good enough!

http://www.theoutdoorshop.com/Outdoor/ProductDetails.aspx?language=en-GB&product=OUT5074

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