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Lowe Alpine Lightflite 25 Rucksack
UKC Gear, Oct 2011
© Lowe Alpine Lowe Alpine has launched a completely new line of super-light backpacks dedicated to runners and people who want to move quickly in the mountains. Among these is the Lightflite 25, designed for adventure racers and elite mountain marathon competitors.
With a stable shape based on Lowe Alpine's famous 'Contour' active packs, the Lightflite 25 has quick-access zip entry design, a mesh back with removable padding and two huge mesh side pockets. Easy-remove bungees add compression, and there are removable bottle pockets on the front harness. Hip belts include pockets and wrapper stash mesh. The Adaptive Fit shoulder harness ensures an efficient, comfortable fit whatever your body shape.
Weight is just 400g, with a stripped weight of 300g.
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