Deuter Race EXP Air Backpack - spring-anthracite

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Description of Deuter Race EXP Air Backpack - spring-anthracite

This sleek pack for quick day tours with minimal baggage has gained a few extras! It now features the Aircomfort FlexLite System with a flexible frame, extremely low weight and three-sided ventilation. Also the new mesh hip fins provide extra secure fitting of the pack. If you need to take that little bit more with you, it has practical volume expansion options.

  • all-round air circulation with the Aircomfort FlexLite back system
  • mesh hip wings
  • anatomically shaped shoulder straps with easily adjustable chest strap
  • fold-away helmet flap
  • front pocket with zipped valuables pocket
  • wet laundry compartment
  • mesh side pockets
  • 3M reflectors at front, sides and back
  • reflective loop for safety light
  • detachable rain cover
  • hydration system compatible

Compatible with Deuter hydration systems up to 3 liter capacity.
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Fact Sheet of Deuter Race EXP Air Backpack - spring-anthracite

Product Name: Deuter Race EXP Air Backpack - spring-anthracite
Manufacturer: Deuter
Item Code: DEU142629
Year: 2016
Material: Hexlite 100 / Deuter-Ripstop 210
Weight: approx. 870 gram (manufacturer's specs)
Included in delivery: incl. rain cover
Dimensions: 47 x 24 x 22cm (H/W/D)
Capacity: 12+3 l, therefrom 3 l hydration system
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Beautiful and durable... Perfect!
TOP Rucksack :-) , nur zu empfehlen!!!
Super Rücksack mit vielen nützlichen Details. Sitzt optimal für lange Tagestouren mit Rennrad bzw. MTB
Gutes Teil ,(habe das 2012 Modell) fahre damit regelmäßig seit 2 Jahren Tagestouren und habe Ihn immer dabei.
Jacke , was zu essen, Schloss passt alles rein auch mal eine große Digicam.
Am besten finde ich das der Rucksack nicht direkt auf dem Rücken aufliegt so das die Luft zirkulieren kann.
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