Deuter Freerider Pro SL 28L Backpack - Women's

Deuter Freerider Pro SL 28L Backpack - Women's
Deuter Freerider Pro SL 28L Backpack - Women's
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Freerider Pro SL 28L Backpack - Women's by Deuter
Add some color to winter's black-and-white color scheme with Deuter's fully functional Freerider Pro 28 SL Backpack. Its women-specific Alpine Back System includes X-frame aluminum stays for stability, a flexible Delrin U-shaped frame for mobility, padded shoulder straps, and a removable back panel that doubles as a sitting pad for digging pits and studying snow. The Freerider also features Deuter's Vari Flex waist belt that pivots with your hips for easier mobility on the mountain. Like every backcountry ski pack, the Freerider features a compartment designed specifically for avalanche gear like a probe and shovel. Unlike most ski packs, the Freerider has an extra compartment designed specifically for wet gear. It also carries skis, snowboards, helmets, ice axes, and trekking poles. There are zippered security and fleece-lined pockets to store electronics and valuables. This pack is also hydration compatible for any 3-liter reservoir or smaller.

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SKU: DTR004L
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