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Never leave home without the Freeride.

The durable Deuter Freeride Pro 30 Backpack rests comfortably on your shoulders and waist as you skin up to Superior Peak for fresh early morning tracks. Today you have chosen to ride down instead of ski—the versatile Freeride accommodates any style.
  • Ski, snowboard, and snowshoe—compatible
  • Vari-Flex hip-belt pivots with each move and provides a comfortable distribution of heavy loads
  • Large front shovel compartment with sleeve for probe or shovel-handle
  • Strong, durable and water-resistant Hypalon full front panel
  • Full back-and-front—panel access
  • Detachable full-face—helmet holder holds your head-protector when you gain vert on the uphill
  • Removable sit pad helps deter a cold bum when you relax on the snow
  • Plenty of pockets for your goggles, valuables, sunscreen, and camera

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4 5

Excellent Quality

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

This is an excellent, high quality pack for back country skiing or boarding.

5 5

Outstanding

  • Gender: Male

I bought this pack to carry a load, but also to carry it well. I didn't want anything in back of my head. The Freeride Pro 30 performed amazingly well. I would definitely purchase it again!

5 5

Best Winter Sports Pack I have owned

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I have used this pack for 2 seasons now and this is one piece of gear that is essential to me. I use it on side country trips at the resort, and for day tours. A bit small as an overnight pack. It carries my boards and I have all wide snowboards. Can be a bit of chore to get it to line up with the guides on the side, but once you figure it out, it's pretty easy. I recommend using the deuter insulation unit (BC has them) to keep your water from freezing (also kicks a88 in the summer to keep water cold when riding/hiking). One of the best features about all Deuter packs is that they can expand to carry tons of stuff and at the same time shrink down, when you only need some avy tools for a day of side country adventures.

Best Winter Sports Pack I have owned
5 5

LOVE this pack!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

Super quality pockets everywhere, total quality un-matched, which is normal for Deuter. Packs my 30" Northern Lites snowshoes simply and perfectly. Also, Backcountry is great!

5 5

GREAT CHOICE FOR SIDE/SLACK COUNTRY

  • Gender: Male

I love this pack. It's my first Deuter and the quality is impressive. I returned a Millet Steep 22 because a normal size shovel did not fit. The freeride pro is the perfect size and holds standard size shovel. Helmet carry is also a great added feature. no complaints about this pack at all. A wise choice for those who ski in the back country.

GREAT CHOICE FOR SIDE/SLACK COUNTRY
5 5

It's a winner!

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

The suspension on this is terrific. I can carry weight; it's compact; it flexes as you move. I am very pleased.

Unanswered Question

As they say, if the shovel fits, buy it ....

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As they say, if the shovel fits, buy it . . . so will the Deuter fit my Voile Telepro Shovel?

Blade Dimensions: 15 x 10 in

Does the bag come with an helmet carrier...

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Does the bag come with an helmet carrier?

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Yes, it does.

It's doesn't fit a wide snowboard?
I have...

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It's doesn't fit a wide snowboard?
I have a voile shovel does it fit in the bag? This is a big shovel

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yes, it does fit a wide snowboard, at least as good as other similar bags do

4 5

Almost perfect but ....

  • Gender: Male
  • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

I love the bag almost from every point of view.... very comfortable, lots of pockets and so.... BUT

but mine wide board DOES NOT properly fit into the vertical carry of the bag.... what an epic fail!

UPDATE
I tried more wide boards into my bag, and also tried other bags as well, so I have to retract my 3-star review, and replace it with 4 star....

the 4 star is just because you must be cautious buying this bag - it is big meaning relatively heavy, so it is not always the best option while skiing/snowboarding..

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I have a couple of wide boards that I have used with this pack and it works. Yes, you have to line it up properly to use the guides on the side, but is works. I have put a NS Raptor X 165 on there, a Burton Custom 163 Wide, and my NS SL Split 163 Wide on there. I have gotten all to fit. Personally I think Dueter Packs are the only way to go. This pack fits all my essentials for a day or touring, with room for an extra layer and other crap I probably don't need (crampons, etc.) but can also shrink down to work the resort. Best winter pack I have come across.

Is it made for camelback water system?

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Is it made for camelback water system?

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Yes. There is an internal sleeve for any hydration reservoir and a porthole for the hose to run through to the shoulder straps.

5 5

Very pleased

I bought this pack on a whim, having read a little about Deuter packs on the web. I am very happy with the results. The pack is balanced and comfortable to wear for long hours on the skin track. Attaching skis is easy and intuitive with two different options for travel. The main compartment can be accessed from a couple of different zippers and the hydration bladder sleeve is well designed. Overall, a fantastic pack. I like the fleece lined top pocket, which keeps camera and phone batteries from getting killed in the cold.

5 5

Best Snowboard/Ski Pack Design

I absolutely love this pack and all the great features it has. The vertical carry is great for a snowboard and you can still attach your helmet in between the bindings. The pack has a lot of options for adjusting the fit. The hip belt provides a lot of support for heavy loads. The internal probe sleeve helps to keep things organized as well as other zippered pockets for various items. One of the great features for long hikes is the backside entry system. Often you need to take off layers on a long hike, and there is no other way to get inside the main compartment when the board is attached. This pack is highly recommended.

5 5

best pack

i adore this pack. its the best size has the best configuration and is extremely durable. it holds 2 water bottles well and plenty of gear. i love how many pockets it has. its also very comfortable even with a lot of weight in it.

5 5

best pack

i adore this pack. its the best size has the best configuration and is extremely durable. it holds 2 water bottles well and plenty of gear. i love how many pockets it has. its also very comfortable even with a lot of weight in it.

Is the padding on the hip belt removable...

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Is the padding on the hip belt removable?

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It appears that you could detach the padding from the strap and slide it out from the slot at the base of the pack, but why would you want to? Once everything is cinched down, you don't even notice the hip strap. It's very comfortable to wear and keeps the pack from swinging around.

How does this compare to the Arc'teryx...

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How does this compare to the Arc'teryx Silo 30? Has anyone looked at both?

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The Silo 30 is more of an all around backpack, with the emphasis being on winter sports. The waist belt is less substantial on the Silo and there is only one large main compartment in which everything goes - shovel, probe, skins, etc. On the Deuter, there is a separated pocket for your wet/dry stuff. I found the frame in the Deuter to be more substantial than the Silo. As a result, the Deuter carried slightly better with a lot of weight but skied much stiffer. The Silo felt better on the way down. If you wanted something to use in the summertime as well, I'd definitely go for the Silo. One note though, it can be a bit tricky to get the skis/snowboard on the Silo the first time. Also, I believe the Deuter will hold a snowboard better than the Silo.

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I get the impression the Deuter is a stronger/better made pack.

5 5

perfect pack

I absolutely love this pack. I use it for winter hiking and have probably taken it out 30 to 40 times. I find it to be the perfect size for winter day trips when you need more clothes and extras than you would in the summer. First off, the pack is very ridgid and holds its shape, and the material seems to be very tough. It is full of features including a removable hip belt, many pockets and straps, and a main compartment that is divided in two. All of this makes for easy organization. The straps on the back are very easy to use for attaching snowshoes, though I have not used them for attaching skis or a snowboard so I can't comment on that. I like the fact that the main compartment opens from the side of the pack that touches your back. This way I can drop the bag on the snow or dirt, take stuff in or out, then put the bag back on all without getting any dirt or snow on the side of the bag that goes on my back. This zipper configuration also makes it easy to get into the pack even when I have snowshoes straped on the outside. Only downside is that the pack is a bit heavy for its size at 4 pounds. Bottom line: this isn't the simplest pack out there but if you like pockets and features you'll probably like it.

It doesn't say, but does this have an...

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It doesn't say, but does this have an internal frame?

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Yes it does.

Freerider Pro 30

Deuter Alpine Back System

1. Load adjustor straps on the shoulder straps and hip fins serve to fine-tune the load according to the terrain: loose > more ventilation and mobility; tight > more control and a more compact fit.
2. Guide: X-frame system with curved profile aluminium stays, provides exceptional flexibility and weight carrying ability.
3. Removable insulating sitting mat stabilises the back.
4. Anatomic hip belt with bilaminate foam for comfort, flexibility and weight transfer.
5. Rise, Freerider Pro & Guide: The pivoting Vari Flex hip fins follow complex body movements. Thus, the load can be evenly distributed to the hips, providing freedom of movement and reducing fatigue. Removable for weight reduction. Also separately removable waist belt (Guide, Rise).
6. Cruise, Guide Lite & Rise: Flexible, tensioned Delrin® U-shaped frame provides stability and effective load transfer with little extra weight. It follows the most varied movements with absolute ease.
7. Contoured, comfortable 3D Air-Mesh lined shoulder straps.
8. Two padded foam stripes that provide carrying stability and comfort with „chimney” effect ventilation between the stripes. The breathable 3D AirMesh is used on all points of contact, and is very durable.

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