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Gravity Expedition 45L+ Backpack
You don't need your pack to be too fancy when you're spending a few days out on the trail. After all, if fancy was your thing you wouldn't be sleeping outside and showering in a river. The Deuter Gravity Expedition 45+ Backpack offers streamlined, minimalist storage for those who like to keep it simple and value gear space above all else.
This 45 liter pack has lots of versatile storage options for any adventure, letting you beef up your storage on extended treks with a height-adjustable lid that offers an extra 8 liters of space. Or, you can just as easily remove the lid to skim a little off the top when you're trying to go lighter on overnight missions. Either way, your load won't be too hard to bear thanks to the comfortable carry system that features a flexible and lightweight frame, a padded and ventilated back panel, a breathable mesh hip belt, and ergonomic shoulder straps. Plus, you'll be able to transport trekking poles and ice-axes hands free with dedicated carry systems, while extra gear and layers come along for the ride secured by the side compression straps.
- Minimalist backpacking pack with expandable storage
- Height-adjustable lid gives you an extra 8 liters of space
- Lightweight frame provides stability for rugged terrain
- Mesh hip belt and vented back panel offer warm-weather comfort
- Detachable hood is there when you need it and gone when you don't
- Trekking pole and ice axe carries allow for hands free scrambling
- Load adjustment straps help you find the right center of gravity
- SOS label offers important safety tips for emergency situations
- Item #DTR009D
- 100D high-tenacity nylon
- [standard] 45L, [expanded] 53L
- Lite back system
- Shoulder Straps
- adjustable, ergonomic
- Waist Belt
- mesh, adjustable
- 2 waistbelt, 2 lid, 1 side stretch
- Ice Axe Carry
- Trekking Pole Carry
- side straps
- 26.4 x 12.2 x 9in
- Claimed Weight
- 1lb 14.7oz
- Recommended Use
- backpacking, mountaineering
- Manufacturer Warranty
What do you think about this product?
May 15, 2020
Can someone confirm if this is a Backpacking Pack or if this is more designed for mountaineering/climbing?