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Lowe Alpine Attack MX50+10
© Lowe Alpine, Jun 2007
With adaptable features and multiple storage options, the Attack MX 50+10 is designed to be a versatile, year-round alpine pack. In winter it carries skis (diagonal, side, or A-frame carry); two ice axes or trekking poles; and a shovel, snowshoes, crampons, or probes secured in the front expansion pocket. The pack also features wand pockets and mitt-friendly zipper-pulls. An SOS panel, illustrating standard mountain distress signals, is located in the pack's lid.
The Attack MX 50+10 uses Lowe Alpine's Torso Fit Centro adjustable back system with a molded ventilated back. Other pack features include a removable rope compressor, hip belt gear loops, haul points, an extendible spindrift collar, a hydration sleeve and exit, and a removable extendible lid with internal and external pockets. A 20 mm web belt provides stability when the hip belt is removed.
Fabrics: NHC 330/TXN 500/Ballistic
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