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You don’t have to be Cinderella to get a pack that fits just right.

Get your load situated in the customizable, female form-friendly Deuter Women’s ACT Lite 45+10 SL Pack before you commit to a four-day foray into the wilderness. The make-or-break factor of any pack is its ability to fit your body, and this pack’s Aircontact suspension, Vari-Quick back adjustment, and narrow shoulder harness and hip-belt ensure the ACT Lite 45+10 SL fits like it was made just for you.

  • Aircontact foam directs a flow of cool air to your back and vents the hot, muggy air away from your body
  • X-frame hollow aluminum stays are light but tough and provide support to distribute the pack’s weight
  • Vari-Quick System adjusts the shoulder harness to fit any torso length
  • 3D Air Mesh shoulder harness and hip-belt keep you cool as you carry the load for miles
  • Bottom sleeping bag compartment has an internal zipper to form one giant internal pocket with bottom access
  • Several compression straps tighten the stuffed pack and help attach a helmet, sleeping pads, or other gear

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5 5

Great weekend trekking pack

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

I took this pack on 14 miles of the Maah Daah Hey trail in the North Dakota Badlands, and it felt great. All of the gear I needed (3 liter water bladder, tent, sleeping bag, air pad, clothes, food, Jetboil, GPS, headlamp, etc.) for 2 days on the trail fit with plenty of room to spare. I'm a petite 5'4" and was pleased with the comfort of the narrow shoulder straps and absolutely loved the firm back support (especially in the lower lumbar region). It was easy to adjust, so that most of the weight was carried across my hips. I have a long torso for my height, so I had to adjust the torso to the longest setting for it to fit properly - keep in mind if you're tall AND have a long torso.

hello helpful folks,
I'm planning to live...

hello helpful folks,
I'm planning to live out of a backpack a while. I love deuter's fit. So snug! Deciding between the 45+10 and 60+10 right now... I will be carrying my own tent, clothing, --- I'll be hopefully doing work exchanges on farms with a hiking/camping trip here and there. Any advice/experience on choosing a bigger pack over a smaller one other than the obvious of carrying more or less? ... thank you <3

Best Answer Responded on

Basically, you don't want a pack very much larger than the cargo you intend to carry. The reason for that is even with compression straps, your load can shift around and throw your pack off balance. At the least it's annoying, and at the worst, an off-center load can injure your back, make you roll your ankle or torque your knee.

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A large pack does tempt you to carry but trying to cram too much stuff into a pack that is too small takes forever. The larger of those pack is not much heavier than the smaller. These packs scrunch down real well with the compression straps so if you have a 45 L in a 60 L pack, you should have no trouble stabilizing it!

5 5

Superlight = she is happy!

For Eyrun's first overnight pack, she went with the ACT Lite 45+10 SL. We'll mostly be doing multi-day trekking, ski touring, and occasionally big haul hut trips, and this pack fills those purposes like a champ. It's light and what's great about the materials is that they stretch to allow you to put more stuff in the pack than all around the outside. I don't mean way deep down where you can't get at it, but close at hand - convenient when you're layering and de-layering all day long in that weird weather that happens in (insert your awesome place here).
The pack was compared to a few other offerings from Deuter and a few from BD and wasn't just chosen for the colour, although it is pretty easy on the eyes too. It's super adjustable so of all the packs she tried, this one would have been probably the easiest to buy without having ever tried it on. It goes as small as necessary - Eyrun is on the small end and she has adjustment to spare.

This pack hauls!

This pack hauls!

Wouldn't you rather jam things inside your pack than all over your pack?

I need a good pack for winter day hiking...

I need a good pack for winter day hiking that will allow me to attach my backcountry skis if I need to carry them a ways. My current REI pack does not have big enough loops to accept my wider backcountry skis. Anyone had experience with this pack under those circumstances?

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Rhe side loops not big/wider for skis...try BlackDiamond packs...

Staff at REI measured my torso as 16.5...

Staff at REI measured my torso as 16.5 inches. When I wear this pack normally, the top of the frame hits the base of my skull. I am not able to reach for anything above my head without being forced to look down. Since this pack claims to fit torsos from 14 to 19 inches, is there a way to fix this?

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REI Measured my son too. Beware! he had to wait because supposedly one girl that worked there knew how to do it? They measured his torso at 16 inches! He is six foot like me so his Mom a Rad Tech measured it at 19.5 Guess what 19.5 is reg to long where as 16 is short. Have your torso measured again.I do not recommend at REI! Pitifull!

..and you get a cool hair tie!

..and you get a cool hair tie!

Hair tie that comes with every women's specific bag. kudos Deuter!