Gravity Motion SL 35L Backpack - Women's by Deuter
The Gravity Motion SL 35L Backpack is ready to step in as your go-to climbing daypack. It's got a low-profile, minimalist design that betrays just how much storage it's packing, and a comfortable carrying system with a special contoured fit for female climbers. The Gravity suspension system keeps the pack's load close to your body for greater stability, and features ventilated padding on the back and straps for breathable comfort, as well as a flexible frame that lends structure and support for long approaches. Stretchy zippered side pockets keep climbing shoes and water bottles tucked away but still within easy reach, and gear loops along the front of the pack let you easily lash on anything that can't fit inside. On the other side of the pack you've got back panel entry for easy access that doesn't require rooting around your pack from the top, letting you access important gear quickly when you need to. Compression straps help pull the load in closer and offer external storage for a waterproof shell or puffy, while a top haul loop makes it easy to lug up after you on all-time multi-pitch climbs.
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Deuter Gravity Motion SL 35L Backpack - Women's
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