Deuter Freerider Pro 30L Backpack

Deuter Freerider Pro 30L Backpack
Deuter Freerider Pro 30L Backpack
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Freerider Pro 30L Backpack by Deuter
It dumped four feet of fresh powder two days ago, and the avy forecasters are finally saying things have settled down. Grab Deuter's Freerider Pro 30 Backpack, and then go grab untracked lines. Tough, resilient Deuter-Macrolite 420D and 330D Micro Rip Pro fabrics withstand harsh abrasions and precipitation, while the flexible Delrin U-frame system makes for a snug, secure fit that's stable throughout your adventure. This pack includes a removable sitting mat to give you a dry seat when you're in the backcountry, and a built-in wet pocket stashes soggy clothing after the sun's made an appearance. A shovel pocket with a separate probe sleeve means you can quickly access your shovel to perform your snow stability tests or dig out a pit stop. Multiple options exist for lashing down your preferred method of snow travel, be it a board, skis, or snowshoes. The full back-entry zipper lets you get inside your pack without having to remove your gear from the front, and hydration-compatibility gives you the option to bring along a water bladder for easy drinking.

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SKU: DTR004M
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