Deuter Walker 20L Backpack

Deuter Walker 20L Backpack
Deuter Walker 20L Backpack
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Walker 20L Backpack by Deuter
Bring outdoor style to your urban adventures with the Deuter Walker 20 Backpack. Retro rucksack styling gives it a classic mountaineering pack vibe, while its manageable size and simple design keep it primed for everyday outings. Whether you're cruising down to the farmer's market on your bike or going for a quick hike in the foothills above town, the Walker 20 holds everything you need for a day around the city. Airstripes mesh back panels make minimal contact with your back to keep cooling air flowing through so you're not a sweaty mess when you cruise down to the coffee shop. The main compartment offers enough space to stow your laptop when you're headed to class, an extra layer during hikes, or the veggies you picked up at the aforementioned farmer's market. Attach the removable waist belt and clip the sternum strap for extra stability when you're weaving around town on your bike or climbing a steep stretch of trail. No matter what's on the agenda for the afternoon, you can count on the Walker 20 to handle it.

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SKU: DTR005A
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