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Welcome to the wild: make yourself comfy and stay awhile.
Multi-day trips into the wild require a steady, sturdy packhorse that can shoulder an expanded kit; the Deuter Women's Aircontact Pro 65+15 SL Backpack provides the capacity, convenience, and burly, comfy construction you need when an overnighter just won't do. A women-specific fit and Aircontact Pro system keeps you drier, cooler, and more comfortable and provides a precise, ergonomic fit for proper load-carrying day after day. Two large reservoir-holding pockets keep you hydrated as you haul, and top and bottom access makes pit stops hassle-free.
- AirContact Pro back system blends breathable, hollow-chamber cushioning with an intelligently designed harness system for 15% less perspiration, snug fit, and stable carrying comfort
- Women-specific, contoured shoulder straps with 3D AirMesh lining and height adjustment spare your neck and shoulders from pressure
- Molded cutaway behind head allows neck natural positioning
- VariFlex pivoting, women-specific, anatomically cut hipbelt with pull-forward straps moves with your body so you stay balanced over slippery or uneven terrain
- VariFit system lets you easily adjust the pack to your torso size from 13-20 inches to achieve perfect fit
- Ergonomically formed, V-shape aluminum frame with one-inch stays provides flexibility and stabilizes heavy loads
- Carries an ample 65-pound load for extended trips and wild adventures
- Large U-shape, and bottom-compartment access lets you get in and grab easily without unpacking
- Zippered bottom-compartment divider keeps your sleeping bag or other items easy to reach or out of the way
- Removable, compressible 15-liter lid keeps frequent-use essentials handy and converts to daypack for light, fast summits
- Super-durable ballistic HexLite 210 and Duratex shell material stands up to years of use and abuse
- Detachable rain cover spares your dry layers from passing storms
- Side bellows pockets each hold a two-liter reservoir from your hydration system so you always stay hydrated
- Zippered front, two top-lid pockets and hip-belt pockets conveniently store your essentials
- Ice axe and trekking pole attachments keep your tools handy at all times
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3 Deuter Aircontact models compared
- Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions
ACT Lite 65+10 vs 70+10 SL vs 65+15 Pro SL
These packs are VERY similar. I was able to pack them each with the same loads and adjust them to fit comfortably. (I'm 5'7", 150#, Medium frames usually fit). So the deciders for me were:
D-rings on shoulder straps: 70+10 & Pro = Yes, ACT = No.
Daisy chains on back: 70+10 & Pro = Yes, ACT = No.
H2O bladder: Pro=Left & Rt pockets, Others=pocket in pack.
Top becomes daypack: Pro only (despite what Deuter's site says).
Raincover inc'd & stow pocket on bottom: 70+10 & Pro = Yes, ACT = No.
Mesh pocket on back (great for easy access or allow wet gear to dry while walking): 70+10 & Pro = No, ACT = Yes.
Weight: Lite=3#11oz. 70=6#10oz. Pro=7#1oz.
Note that SL refers to Slim so, thin men may also prefer this version.