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Deuter ACT Lite 65+10L Backpack

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    Another excuse to take a long weekend.

    Deuter's ACT Lite 65+10 Backpack expands just in case you want to bring more fun toys on your weekend adventures. Its AirContact suspension system uses breathable padding at the back panel, waist belt, and shoulder straps for a comfy hike up to the campsite. This system also includes stabilizer straps, a supportive X-frame, Vari-Quick easy adjustments, and Deuter's fully mobile Vari Flex system.

    Inside this traditional top-loader, Deuter inserted a hydration-compatible sleeve, a bottom compartment for sleeping bags, and an extra compartment for dirty clothes. There are also stretch front and side pockets for water bottles and layers. Other pockets include one internal for valuables, one top for maps, and one waist belt for energy gels. This backpack also features compression straps, load adjustments, and loops for your helmet, ice axes, and trekking poles.

    • AirContact suspension system
    • Expandable top lid access
    • Hydration system compatible
    • Separate sleeping bag bottom compartment
    • Wet laundry compartment
    • Stretch front and side pockets
    • Lid, internal, and waist belt pockets
    • Compression and load adjustment straps
    • Helmet, ice axe, and trekking pole loops
    • Item #DTR001N

    Tech Specs

    600D polyester, 210D nylon ripstop, 420D nylon
    65+10L (3966 + 610cu in)
    AirContact Lite
    Shoulder Straps
    breathable padding
    Waist Belt
    yes, contoured
    Hydration Compatible
    Reservoir Included
    expandable top lid, front
    1 lid, 1 internal valuables, 1 zippered waist belt, 2 stretch side, 1 stretch front
    Gear Loops
    yes, helmet
    Ice Axe Carry
    Trekking Pole Carry
    Sleeping Bag Compartment
    yes, side straps
    Weight Capacity
    50 lbs
    34 x 14 x 13 in
    Claimed Weight
    4 lb 9 oz
    Recommended Use
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Great for any weekend excursion

      No wonder this was rated one of the top packs for 2017. I'm extremely pleased with the performance of this pack. Not only was there enough room for all of my gear, this pack was extremely comfortable to hike in. The straps were easy to cinch and there was very little adjustment needed while hiking.
      One of my favorite features is the water resistance. We hiked deep into the Unitas where the weather can notoriously change at a moments notice. The skies opened up and I left my pack hanging from a tree out in the rain. All of my food and gear stayed completely dry.

      I highly recommend the Deuter ACT for any weekend excursion.

      Finally the right balance

      • Familiarity: I've used it several times

      I've been trying out packs for years. By way of background, I'm 6' 1" 170 lbs, and typically do 4 nights or so in Yellowstone, Glacier etc. and a few over nights during the year. I've always had issued with my shoulders and back being sore at the end of anything more than a 5 mile day. I started out with a huge old Gregory pack and have tried everything from the Kelty Trekker external frame to a 2 lb ultralight Gregory Advent Pro. This pack is the perfect balance of weight, capacity and support for me. What was nice about getting this pack is that I realized I don't need all the external pockets I thought I needed and it forced me to get lighter and more efficient with my gear in a very positive way. I've done a number of trips now, most recently 5 days in the Lamar Valley in Yellowstone in early Fall, and I loved it even more. I highly recommend this pack. Hard to improve.

      Great pack!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      I've had this pack for over 2 years and it is fantastic! I've taken it all over Washington, to Montana, the East Coast, down to Yosemite, Canada, Iceland; In pouring rain, raging wind, blazing sun, and freezing ice and snow, from the salty coast up to alpine peaks and everything in between. I've used it for day hikes, extended multi day adventures, road trips & travel and hauling climbing gear. It has held up great! The adjustable back panel makes it so you can get it to fit perfectly. The air contact padding is very breathable and dries without stinking. Very durable materials, I've beat this thing up and it has no rips or tears except one recently on the stretchy side pocket where I got caught on a sharp branch.. Quality product. I love this pack!

      Great pack!

      Great for Scouts

        I recently gave this as a gift to my nephew who's in the Scouts for his trip to the Grand Canyon. He said this was a great pack for the trip since the backpanel vented really well in the heat. It also carried heavy loads with comfort when had to carry other scout's gear for them. A big upgrade from the North Face Terra series he said.

        Adventure Pack

        • Familiarity: I've used it several times

        Great pack for everything from back-country adventures to all day hikes. Comfortable with excellent back ventilation.

        I recently loaned mine to my brother for a two week coastal hike. He was able to store more then enough gear and was so happy with the Deuter ACT Lite he is bought his own!

        Adventure Pack

        Awesome pack, Deuter is the best

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        This was my first internal frame pack I bought, being the larger multi day pack used when my smaller frameless pack was not enough. The first real trip I took this on was the Pemi Loop in the White Mountains of New Hampshire. It was a 3 day trip going over 8 mountains with about 9000' of total elevation gain. The pack ate it all up and was extremely comfortable the entire trip. My favorite part of the pack was the VariQuick strap adjustment system, as it was very easy to find the right riding height and lock it in for as long as needed. Another reason why I chose this pack was because of the large amount of back airflow, as I get very hot on my back regardless of the conditions or difficulty of the hike. The Aircontact ACT Lite System worked perfectly and kept my back very comfortable. Since the Pemi Loop, I have taken this pack on many multi day trips all over the North East and it has been a breeze to use. I have used Deuter packs for years and there's a reason why I always come back to them.

        Part of my body

        • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

        After years of backpacking with my faithful Kelty external frame pack I finally made the switch to the internal frame Deuter 65 + 10. Should of done this years ago! First test was the rugged Enchantment Lakes trails in the Cascades with a 4,000 ' elevation gain on day one. This was some of the most challenging uneven terrain I've ever backpacked on and the pack felt like part of my body. Mainly because of the multiple compression straps and overall design. It rode extremely well and was tight to my body while I climbed over rocks and around trees. My favorite part is that it doesn't have the swing weight of an external frame pack, which was especially helpful in this terrain. Still one of my biggest concerns with an internal frame pack was that it wouldn't have the ventilation of an external one and therefore it would ride hot. I was pleasantly surprised that was not the case due to the great Air Contact suspension system. The mesh pocket in the back was also a convenient place to shed and store exterior layers after a mile on the trail, or put your wet rain gear in after the rain subsides. All and all I am VERY happy with this pack and would recommend it highly.

        Part of my body

        Fits Like A Glove

        It took about a mile of hiking to get it all snugged up, but after that, I forgot it was there. Handled all of the equipment I needed for backpacking and hammock camping during a rainy weekend in Missouri. Plenty of straps kept things tight and secure. So far I'm very happy with it.

        Note...It doesn't come with a rain cover so look into purchasing one separately.

        Fits Like A Glove

        Deuter in Dilijan National Park

        Students on a fantastic 4 day trip in Armenia.

        Deuter in Dilijan National Park
        Unanswered Question

        What is the upper limit on a multi day trip with this pack? Could it be used for a week long trip or is that pushing its capacity limits?