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Netherworld 90
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Netherworld 90


Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Netherworld 90

Manufacturer: Lowe Alpine

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Created/Edited: Apr 7, 2003 / Apr 7, 2003

Object ID: 711

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Netherworld 90/70/ND70

Quality backpacking pack with torso fit APS7 back system and lid that converts to a waistpack.

Back System - Torso Fit APS7 adjustable back with thermo formed AirCooled™ Back System

Harness - AirCooled™ Back System with interchangeable collar cut harness

Hip belt - ergonomic load transfer AirCooled™ Back System hip belt

Chest strap - for load stabilization

Compartments - 2 compartments with zip-out divider

Pockets - 2 side pockets, 1 front bellows pocket and tuck-away water bottle pockets

Closure - Weatherlock™ draw cord closure

Lid - extendible lid converts to a waistpack

Attachment Points - lash points on lower front and lid

Ice Axe Loops - 2 attachment points

Wand Pockets - elasticized wand/bottle pockets

Compression - side compression straps for load control

Hydration - H20 hydration system pocket and drinking tube slot

2 tuck-away bottle pockets

Fabric - VELOCITY 420/RSN420/TXP600/TXN1000

Netherworld 90    

VOLUME: 90ltr (5,500cu.in.)

WEIGHT: 2.75Kg


Netherworld 70    

VOLUME: 70ltr (4,300cu.in.)



Netherworld ND70    

VOLUME: 70ltr (4,300cu.in.)




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AlikaHave the 70

Voted 4/5

Got it for $70 dollars- great pack for the price. 3 Liter H2O Bladder. Durable, not super light but not heavy. Nice comfortable suspension, can carry heavy loads easily.
Posted Mar 9, 2010 1:20 pm

puddlecruiserLarge but skinny

Hasn't voted

The torso system is great, which is why I bought it, having a large torso. Over many uses, though, I've found that the space is not well distributed. The main compartment is actually rather thin for this size pack, because so much of the volume is actually in the pockets. I find that the main compartment fills very very fast, and then I have to pend lots of effort jigsawing my other gear into the variety of pockets. I also feel that the overall backpack weight it a bit high. I've gotten great use out of this back, taken it many great places, but I'm ready to consider an upgrade.
Posted Jun 12, 2011 12:39 pm

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