Deuter ACT Lite SL 35+10L Backpack - Women's

Deuter ACT Lite SL 35+10L Backpack - Women's
Deuter ACT Lite SL 35+10L Backpack - Women's
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ACT Lite SL 35+10L Backpack - Women's by Deuter
When it's time to get out of dodge, load up your Deuter Women's ACT Lite 35+10 SL Backpack and take a little break from the civilized world. Whether you're packing into the North Cascades or doing a portion of the Appalachian trail, this comfortable fitting pack will carry everything you need for an overnight backpack or weekend in the wilderness. The women-specific fit system takes into account the smaller frame of female backpackers by reducing the length of the back panel and by making the distance between the two shoulder straps narrower and shorter in length. The Vari-Quick system enables the back length to be adjusted for the perfect fit, while the Deuter Aircontact system allows air to vent between your back and the pack for a cool and comfortable feel. Features on the ACT Lite include an adjustable top lid with pocket, one front stretch pocket, two stretch side pockets, and a bottom compartment for a sleeping bag. Multiple gear loops allow you to attach your trekking poles or ice axes.

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