Deuter Trans Alpine SL 28L Backpack

Deuter Trans Alpine SL 28L Backpack
Deuter Trans Alpine SL 28L Backpack
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Trans Alpine SL 28L Backpack by Deuter
Whether you're commuting or recreating, the Deuter Trans Alpine 28 SL is designed to help you comfortably hold everything you need. Its spacious interior includes a removable divider so you can have one or two compartments, and it has a steel frame and Airstripes suspension system to stabilize the load and lift it away from your back. Knowing that you'll always need to get the shot that makes your friends and family jealous, Deuter made the smartphone pocket accessible whether you're wearing the pack or not, so you don't have to slow down for photography. A helmet holder and a removable foam mat situate this pack well for a variety of activities, and it even has an integrated rain cover in case conditions on the trail change quickly.

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SKU: DTR005R
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