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Deuter Giga Bike 28L Backpack

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Giga Bike 28L Backpack

Whether you're commuting to work, school, or play, the Deuter Giga Bike 28L Backpack carries all your essentials comfortably. It sports a mesh back panel to promote airflow so you stay cool on hot summer commutes, and the waist belt and shoulder strap are fully adjustable for customized comfort. You can stow the hip fins into special compartments for casual carrying, while the helmet carry lends a place for your dome protector when you transition from biking to walking.

Just in case you get caught out in an unexpected storm, Deuter added a stowable rain cover to keep your valuables dry. The Giga sports a plethora of internal pockets so everything stays organized on the go, including separate sleeves for your documents, laptop, and tablet.

  • Stay organized while commuting with this sleek backpack
  • Mesh back panel ventilation system keeps you cool on warm days
  • Lightweight steel frame distributes load for riding comfort
  • Hip fins are stowable to customize carrying
  • Rain cover to protect your gear during unexpected storms
  • Multiple internal pockets for on-the-go organization
  • Tablet and laptop sleeves keep devices secure
  • Helmet carry for transitioning from biking to walking
  • Item #DTR007M

600D PES (65% nylon, 35% polyester)
28L (1709cu in)
Airstripes System
Shoulder Straps
Waist Belt
front panel
[external] 1 zippered front organizer, 2 side drop-in, [internal] 1 document, 1 padded laptop, 1 tablet, 1 zippered valuables
Helmet Carry
Rain Cover
[backpack] 19 x 13 x 7in, [laptop sleeve] 18 x 12 x 1in
Claimed Weight
2lb 8.6oz
Recommended Use
commuting, travel
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Does it have a pouch and hose guide for hydration? I don't understand why so many models think 'commuter' means that I don't need water.