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A pack that can take the bad weather with the good.
You've strategically placed your rain jacket in the top pocket of your new Deuter Aircontact 55+10 Backpack, so it's as easy to access as the pack's integrated rain cover when the weather takes a turn for the worse. Another smart move was to fill the expandable area with a medium-weight fleece and extra food because it looks like this spring squall is more than just a shower.
- Aircontact Trail System features two breathable back panel pads with an air channel between them that 'pump' to push air up and out while you hike
- Vari Flex system features a pivoting hip-belt design to allow the pack to move slightly without over-shifting
- X-Frame stabilizes the load and transmits the energy down to the hip belt
- Expanded volume feature offers simple size increase when you need to bring along extra food or gear
- Hydration pocket compatible with a 3L bladder (not included)
- SOS label on the inside folds out to announce distress when you need help
- Wet pocket keeps soiled or damp clothes separate from the rest of the contents
- Integrated rain cover keeps the main body of the pack and its contents dry
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Has everything you need
This pack has everything you need, plus it's adjustable. You can change the placement of the shoulder straps up or down quite a bit making it possible for both me and my wife to use this. Has plenty of pockets and storage in all the right places.
Awesome Pack! Great for a few days away.
- Gender: Male
- Familiarity: I've used it several times
I really like this pack. Its great for a weekend get away in the mountains or wherever. I took it on a Rim to Rim camp out at the Grand Canyon and on a few weekend hikes. It a great bag with all the storage you would need for a shorter trip. The only down side is there is no rain tarp.