Attack 65


Page Type Gear Review
Object Title Attack 65
Manufacturer Lowe Alpine
Page By Corax
Page Type Sep 1, 2005 / Jan 28, 2019
Object ID 1408
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Lowe's Alpine Attack is a clean alpine mountaineering pack with plenty of technical features to makes this your favorite climbing companion.

A comfortable fit is provided by the Torso Fit® Duo adjustable back system, with 2 corrugated aluminum staves and back panel with Air Zone® back ventilation. Collar-cut harness and removable padded waistbelt with gear loops. Tuck away narrow web belt for use once hip belt removed.

Ski carrying system with lightweight Web Catcher™ buckles. Chest strap. Removable extendible lid with, external and internal zippered map pockets. Dual drawcord spindrift collar. Dual daisy chains. Two ice axe loops, front crampon pocket. Wand pocket for tent poles etc. Removable bivy pad. Noggin Notch™ for head space. Internal hydration system compatible. Three point haul system. Side compression with ski carrying capability, top/rope compressor.

  • Fabric: Velocity 420, TXN 500
  • Volume: 65 L
  • Weight: 2.5 kg
  • Colours: Red-Black, Yellow-Black, Blue-Black
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    Corax - Sep 1, 2005 4:53 pm - Voted 5/5

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    I have tried many packs, but this one beats them all.

  • I was born with a spine-problem and have always had problems to find packs that doesn't irritate my spine. This pack has a channel in the middle that solves the problem.

  • Integrated bivy pad.

  • A "bowl" cut out at the top of the sack that doesn't hinder movement when you have the helmet on.

  • Good extra outer pocket for crampons. Or gasoline or other stuff you don't want inside the sack.

  • The back panel breaths very well.

  • Three point haul system.

  • Gear loops.

  • You can get rid of the waistbelt and stove it away.

  • it's shape is slimmed in a way you don't feel it when climbing technical stuff.

  • High snow lock.

  • The internal map pocket is placed in a good way.

    It's a mountaineering sack, so of course it has capability for double axes, skis, rope compression straps on top and outer half-pockets for tent poles.

    I have used it for large mountains, for tech climbing and for easier hiking. It was loaded with 40kg as a maximum and it made it, but I started to feel the shoulder straps quite a lot then, but of course it's not made for such heavy loads.

    Five stars without any doubt!

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