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Lowe Alpine Sale Highlights in the Peebles Store

For a limited period the Peebles Store has 20% off our range of Lowe Alpine Packs. From commuting, to back-packing, hill walking to mountaineering- whatever your bag, there's a pack to suit. Here are the highlights:

Air Zone ND 32 was £75 now £60

Available in Men's and Women's models the Air Zone's are classic Lowe Alpine Packs with a ventilated back system
Air Zone ND32 was £75 now £60

Cloud Peak 35 was £55 now £45

A simple uncluttered hiking pack that's robust yet still lightweight
Cloud Peak 35 was £55 now £45

Axiom Elbrus 65:75 was £120 now £95

Featuring the Axiom back system that's explained in the video below Elbrus is an ideal pack for backpacking trips or global travel and an absolute bargain at under £100
Axiom Elbrus 65:75 was £120 now £95


D1-V01 Axiom Intro.mp4 from Lowe Alpine on Vimeo.

Helix 22 was £45 now £36

Bringing Lowe Alpine quality and design to every day life, the Helix 22 is at home on the street, in the park or on the hill whoever is carrying it
Helix 22 was £45 now £36

Peak Attack 42 was £70 now £55

An amazing price for a classic single-compartment mountaineering pack with all the gear attachments and climbing features you'd need. Check out Lowe Alpine's video below where Andy Cave explains.
Peak Attack 42 was £70 now £55


PEAK ATTACK INTRO from Lowe Alpine on Vimeo.

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