About Lowe Alpine Travel Trekker Pro ND 60+16 Backpack - Internal Frame (For Women)
Closeouts. Integrating two packs in one easy-to-carry system, Lowe Alpine's Travel Trekker Pro ND 60+16 backpack has an adjustable fit system designed for women and a detachable day pack that's ideal for side trips.
Torso Fit Expedition (TFX) carrying system adjusts to fit a woman's body shape and torso size
Shoulder straps and waistbelt store behind zippered panel for baggage handling
Mesh pocket inside backpack lid for storing dirty clothes
Mesh, zipper and drawcord internal organizer pockets with compression straps
Side and top carrying handles
Rain cover included
Padded waistbelt: Adjusts 56"
Detachable padded shoulder strap: Adjusts 50"
Fits torsos: 15-22"
Dimensions (HxWxD): 28x15x9"
Capacity: 4000 cu.in.
Clips secure daypack to back of main pack with protective clamshell pouch
Reviewed by unknown from unknown on Wednesday, April 3, 2013
We were very happy with this backpack on our 10 day tour of another country. You can stuff in a lot, and the multitude of pockets help keep stuff organized. The zippers are good quality and the buckles add extra reinforcement. It opens wide so you have good access to everything inside without unpacking everything. It's nice that the daypack attaches, but when things are heavily packed, the daypack does tend to stick out a bit far.
Reviewed by hugethorn from California on Friday, March 8, 2013
I'm a fan of this brand in general. This backpack is heavy, no doubt about it, but the material is THICK and the thing is sturdy. Zippers are high quality. If you're looking for something to take on an adventure, there is nothing better than this to go from Plane to Train to Trail. Lots of pockets (almost too many!) for papers, gear, waterproof storage.
Reviewed by Loving Backpacking from Sydney, Australia on Wednesday, April 11, 2012
This is a great bag for those who don't have as much, or choose not to, carry as much as me when backpacking. I am confident in the quality and have now ordered the larger 70 + 17 which I know I will be satisfied with. I incorrectly assumed that the 60L would be larger than it was. The only feature that I am not entirely happy with is that the rain/protector cover is stored inside the bag when not in use which takes up valuable room (about the size of one and a half pairs of hiking socks) - particularly in the space available in the 60L bag.
Best Uses: Travel
Cons: Too Small
Describe Yourself: Comfort-Oriented, Practical
Primary use: Personal
Pros: Attractive Design, Comfortable, Durable, Great Features, Lightweight
With backpacks there is two size considerations. One is the pack capacity which is dictated by the packers use and how many day of gear it will be used for. The other factor is the Torso lengths the backpack will fit. this is based on how long the user torso is. This is a link to our Backpack Buying Guide which will give you more insight on how big of a pack you need. http://www.sierratradingpost.com/lp2/backpack-guide/
Answered on 1/29/2013 12:00:00 AM by Prod Spec Kevin from Sierra Trading Post