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Lowe Alpine Eclipse

Lowe Alpine’s Eclipse range is designed to cover every priority for the multi-activity user. The combination of technical fabrics and high spec features make the Eclipse perfect for everything from wilderness trekking and mountain walking to long, easy multipitch scrambles.

Constructed using TriShield Micro Rip Fabric, the Eclipse packs offer the ultimate strength to weight ratio, and The Adaptive Fit Harness gives exceptional stability and load carrying comfort, as well as a precise fit. Features include an Air Channel Back System, a front mesh pocket, unique Tip Grippers for attaching walking poles, ice axe loops, detachable rain cover and hydration bladder sleeve. The mid-size Eclipse also features a generous zip entry system that allows you to access everything in your pack quickly.

The Eclipse is available in men’s 15l, 25l, 35l, and 45:55l, and women’s ND 14l, 22l, 32l.

For more information please visit  www.lowealpine.com                                                  

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21 Jul, 2015
I've used mine (25litre) on multipitch up to VS on numerous occasions. Weighs mere grams yet can carry as much gear as a 35litre if you use the straps and expansion pockets and then shrinks to nothing on route. You can also configure it so that the waist belt sits high above the harness. Pockets on harness straps and waistbelt are really handy for camera or gloves en route. Probably not as robust as a Podsac or Alpine Aiguille but that's not the market it's aimed at. Will get another unless something even better comes along. Recommended.
21 Jul, 2015
which company had these on sale recently? can remember seeing an advert banner on here recently.

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