Deuter's Aircontact Pro 70 + 15 Backpack was designed to keep you drier and cooler on long treks. The Aircontact system has open-cell foam padding to increase airflow around your back and keep you comfy. The shoulder straps, sternum strap, hip belt, and back length are all adjustable to customize the fit of the pack to your body and the internal V-frame distributes the weight of your pack appropriately, so you stay comfortable for however many miles you're hiking that day. The system also improves your mobility, which can sometimes get tricky when you have a big pack on your back. A removable rain cover and a DWR finish on the pack itself encourage water to bead off when it rains. An interior elasticated pocket for storing wet gear or hydration packs keeps your other gear a bit drier. The hip belt has a zip pocket and a stretch pocket to keep snacks within reach while the side pockets keep other essentials close at hand. The pack is hydration compatible so you can drink on the go. The front access allows you to access gear on the bottom of your pack without unpacking the whole thing.
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