Deuter ACT Lite SL 60+10L Backpack - Women's

Deuter ACT Lite SL 60+10L Backpack - Women's
Deuter ACT Lite SL 60+10L Backpack - Women's
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ACT Lite SL 60+10L Backpack - Women's by Deuter
With its slim-body profile and women-specific design, the Deuter Women's ACT Lite 60+10 SL Backpack is a mountain wandering gal's dream. Not only does this backpack have narrower, anatomically-shaped shoulder straps and a shorter torso length, but it also has an adjustable torso length, so you can dial in your perfect fit. In addition to its customizable fit, the pack has ample storage capacity for weekend treks through the wilderness as well as a bottom compartment, wet/dry storage area, internal valuables pocket, and a height adjustable top lid to accommodate more or less gear depending on the trip. Stash you rain jacket in the front stretch mesh pocket for quick access, and put two water bottles at the side for easy access while you hike.

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SKU: DTR001M
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