Aircontact Lite SL 45+10L Backpack - Women's by Deuter
The Deuter Women's Aircontact Lite 45+10 SL Backpack is athletic, sleek, and adapted specifically to the female anatomy. With its minimal weight, ergonomic fit, and modern design, this do-it-all pack offers lightweight, reliable comfort on any hiking, trekking, or mountaineering outing. Its name might look like an algebra equation, but Deuter designed this multi-day pack to help you escape from the annoyances of civilization (like math). Designed for durability and comfort, this pack starts with a water-resistant and abrasion-resistant combination of fabrics, while the Aircontact Lite suspension promotes fresh air circulation between your back and the pack to help you keep cool. Hollow aluminum cross stays offer lightweight support and help the pack move with you, while compression and stabilizer straps manage the load. You don't want to wind up at the mercy of a wobbly pack when you're trekking through the backcountry, which is combated by the Aircontact Lite's slender shape to give you a greater range of motion during your alpine quest.
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