Mega Rucksack Offers at !!

Mega Rucksack Offers at !!

Lowe Alpine Crag Attack II only £39 (MSRP £65) save 40%

This 42 litre rucksack is sturdy enough for day to day cragging, yet light enough for winter climbing (only 800g). It's also got all the features you need on a climber's sack, including ice-axe attachments, a low-profile hipbelt with gear loops, side compression straps, ski attachment points and a large grab handle. At just £39 it's also cheap enough for dirtbags, so you can pour the cash you've saved straight into your petrol tank and get an extra trip in.

Outside Lowe Alpine Deal of the Month, 61 kb
  • Weight  800g
  • AdaptiveFit harness
  • Padded hipbelt with gear loops
  • Front handle improves usability
  • Glove friendly interaction points
  • Lid with external pocket, key clip and twin buckle closure
  • Chest strap with whistle
  • Haul loop
  • Front elastic cord
  • Wand pockets
  • Side compression with quick release buckle
  • System for carrying skis
  • Twin ice axe/trekking pole fittings
  • Hydration compatible
  • Load zone: 11 - 16 kg
  • Back length: 46cm
  • Fabric: 330D 2RN double ripstop (100% nylon)
  • Reinforcements: 630D N630 (100% nylon)
  • Volume: 42 litres


Haglöfs Tight Legend Rucksack FREE with every Haglöfs Gore-Tex Pro Hardshell (MSRP £60)

If there's one thing better than a cheap rucksack, it's a free rucksack! To celebrate 100 years of Haglöfs, we're giving away a Tight Legend 20 litre rucksack when you purchase any Haglöfs Gore-Tex Pro waterproof jacket. While stocks last!

Free Tight Legend rucksack with every Haglofs Gore-Tex Pro jacket.

For more information visit Outside Ltd
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