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Deuter Transit 65L Backpack

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Transit 65L Backpack

The last thing you want to do once your transcontinental flight touches down in an exotic land is sit in a cab, so throw the Deuter Transit 65 Pack on your back and hoof it to your hostel. Its 65-liter capacity easily holds all the clothes, shoes, and accessories you need for weeks away from home, and its AirContact suspension system includes the same padded waist belt, cushy shoulder straps, and well-ventilated back panel that Deuter's backpacking-specific packs. You can conceal the entire system with a zippered panel for reliable protection when you check the pack in at the terminal. This backpack, duffel combo travels well thanks to a detachable daypack, concealable shoulder harness, and included shoulder strap.

  • Backpack, duffel hybrid for travel via plane or hiking shoe
  • AirContact suspension system stows behind the zippered panel
  • Detachable daypack assists you once you reach your destination
  • Bottom compartment ideal for sleeping bags and shoes
  • Removable, adjustable shoulder strap with padded panel
  • Item #DTR005E

95% polyester, 5% nylon, PU coating
65L (3968cu in)
Backpack Carry
concealable AirContact suspension system
Shoulder Strap
padded, adjustable, removable
[detachable daypack] 1 zippered front, 1 bottom compartment
zippered front panel
27 x 13 x 11in
Claimed Weight
5lb 5oz
Recommended Use
travel, backpacking
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This pack shows up as one with water-resistant features when selected as a filter, however the details and tech specs make no mention of it. Is it water-resistant? If so, how effective is it? Thanks!

Hey Shaun! So the reason that is showed up in "water-resistant packs" is because it does have a PU coating, so technically it has some resistance. However, I do not think Deuter has actually done any testing, which is why its "waterproof rating" isn't listed whatsoever. It is strong fabric (600D polyester), and a PU coating on it, but I would be really worried about anything that isn't a light rain. or gentle splashing. If you were looking at this, I would definitely pick up a rain cover if you are going to go with this pack!