Aircontact Lite SL 60+10L Backpack - Women's by Deuter
Pick up the female-friendly support of the Deuter Women's Aircontact Lite 60+10 SL Backpack before your next backpacking trip or gear-intensive outdoor mission. Realizing that men's packs are often too large for females, Deuter tailored this pack to ladies by shortening it down for an anatomically correct fit without excess movement creating discomfort. Besides being shorter in length, this backpack features an X-Frame suspension to bolster heavy loads, alongside an AirContact Lite system with breathable mesh padding to alleviate excess perspiration from soaking your back. Another beneficial feature, the back panel adjusts to your particular height by sliding up and down to your needed length. One of the coolest things with this backpack is the ability to expand its capacity to suit your needs. In standard configuration, the pack easily swallows 60 liters of gear. However, it features an adjustable lid and stretchable compartment that adds 10 liters of storage, so you can bring additional souvenirs back on vacation or stash extra clothing on the trail. In total, you'll find the 70-liter maximum capacity roomy enough for five day backpacking trips and week-long excursions when you're traveling internationally.
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