Deuter Aircontact Lite 65+10L Backpack

Deuter Aircontact Lite 65+10L Backpack
Deuter Aircontact Lite 65+10L Backpack
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Aircontact Lite 65+10L Backpack by Deuter
The Deuter Aircontact Lite 65+10L Backpack is designed to carry all the gear you need for a few days in the backcountry and will also easily fit in your gear closet when you're not out on the trail. The Aircontact Lite 65+10 has a basic top-loading design with a large main compartment, height-adjustable top lid, and bottom sleeping bag compartment for easy access. Like any good pack, Deuter built this one to haul heavy loads comfortably with their Aircontact Lite suspension system, lightweight aluminum X-frame, ventilated back padding system, and shaped shoulder straps to help evenly disperse weight across the back and along the hips. The front of the pack is fitted with ice axe and trekking pole loops for more gear-intensive peak bagging missions and when you need to scramble or make a few fifth-class moves. The hydration-compatible design lets you drink without slowing down, while pockets on the front, side, and hip belt allow easy access to extra layers, sunscreen, and water bottles.

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SKU: DTR007A
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