Deuter Rise 34+8L Backpack

Deuter Rise 34+8L Backpack
Deuter Rise 34+8L Backpack
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Rise 34+8L Backpack by Deuter
The Deuter Rise 34 + 8L Backpack has all the features you need to comfortably carry touring gear on your day trip up the mountain. With a front-access safety pocket, this pack keeps your shovel and probe within easy reach when you're on the slopes. Attach your skis or snowboard with the straps on the front of the pack before bootpacking up a couloir. And when you reach the top, a back access panel allows you to reach for your snacks or grab an extra layer without having to go through your entire pack. The Delrin support system stabilizes the pack during your ride down for better balance while skiing or snowboarding. While the Rise's internal features are hard at work, the durable outer construction resists wear and tear from rugged mountain adventures.

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SKU: DTR005M
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