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Deuter Freerider Pro 34L+ Backpack


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Freerider Pro 34L+ Backpack

It dumped four feet of fresh powder two days ago, and the avy forecasters are finally saying things have settled down. Grab Deuter's Freerider Pro 30 Backpack, and then go grab untracked lines. Tough, resilient Deuter-Macrolite 420D and 330D Micro Rip Pro fabrics withstand harsh abrasions and precipitation, while the flexible Delrin U-frame system makes for a snug, secure fit that's stable throughout your adventure. This pack includes a removable sitting mat to give you a dry seat when you're in the backcountry, and a built-in wet pocket stashes soggy clothing after the sun's made an appearance. A shovel pocket with a separate probe sleeve means you can quickly access your shovel to perform your snow stability tests or dig out a pit stop. Multiple options exist for lashing down your preferred method of snow travel, be it a board, skis, or snowshoes.

  • Pack for extended journeys into the back or sidecountry
  • Delrin U-frame provides stable and effective load transfer
  • Removable, insulated sitting mat provides a dry seat
  • VariFlex hip fins locks down your carry with comfort
  • Helmet holder stores your noggin protector
  • Board and ski carry options fits whatever you bring
  • Wet pocket holds damp clothing
  • Hydration compatible to keep your water close at hand
  • Item #DTRL144

400D nylon, 33D nylon ripstop
34L (2075cu in)
Delrin U-Frame
Shoulder Straps
padded, adjustable, w/stabilizer straps
Waist Belt
padded, adjustable hip fins
Hydration Compatible
[external] 1 zippered front, 1 zippered hip, [internal] 1 avy equipment, 1 zippered stash
Gear Loops
Ski Carry
diagonally, A-frame
Snowboard Carry
Helmet Carry
Ice Axe Carry
23 x 14 x 7in
Claimed Weight
2lb 13oz
Recommended Use
backcountry skiing, backcountry snowboarding, backcountry snowshoeing
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>Rating: 5

Great Backcountry Pack

I've used it several times
6` 0"
185 lbs

I used the earlier model freerider pro for a couple years and recently switched to this one for split boarding. It’s very similar to previous model in size, storage, and comfort, which is good because it didn’t need changing. The back padding is spot on and flex belt is a great feature to give extra movement on way down. The pack cinches up well to make it smaller and snug to back on the way down. There are lots of pockets and organized storage for avalanche gear, goggles, extra layers, etc. waist belt pockets are great for snacks on way up without having to take pack off. Zippers on back panel and on sides of pack are nice to allow you to get to specific areas of pack to get something g without unpacking everything else. The size is really good for day trips, but you will have to learn how to pack it efficiently. Now for the improvements. The whole reason I got the new version is for the dedicated skin pocket as most BC packs don’t have a good area for skins and the previous version of this one didn’t, and it was hard to find a place to fit the skins on the way down, as I don’t like stuffing skins in my coat pocket. The skin pocket works in this pack and is a much needed improvement to the pack in this industry. The main problem is that is is a bit tight when the pack is fully loaded, which mine always is. I would think a collapsible, cinched skin pocket would be better to add room but not much bulk, but it’s a good start and a huge selling point for this pack over others in the category. Highly recommended.