Deuter's ACT Trail Pro 38 SL Backpack is up for any outdoor adventure you set your mind to. You can ski tour in the backcountry, climb in the canyons, camp overnight, or try all three in a day with quick repacking trips back at the car. Deuter's Aircontact Trail Pro SL suspension system includes a Slim Line design for a women-specific fit, breathable hollow-chamber foam pads, a break-resistant steel frame for support, anatomic shoulder straps lined in 3D AirMesh, and an Auto-Compress waist belt that pulls your gear close for full control as well as comfort. The ACT Trail Pro features a traditional top lid, and Deuter added a zippered front access so you can grab gear fast. This pack is hydration-compatible with your reservoir of up to three liters. The detachable rain cover protects your gear from wet weather, and the wet laundry compartment separates all your dry goods from the drenched. This backpack also boasts a stretch front pocket for helmets, jackets, or a harness, a zippered front pocket for guidebooks and maps, a stretch side pocket for a water bottle, a zippered side pocket for snacks, and loops for trekking poles or ice axes.
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