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Deuter - Trail 28 SL Backpack - Women's

Deuter Trail 28 SL Backpack - Women's

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$87.75 Original price:$135.00
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Item #DTR007Y

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Tech Specs

Volume:
28L
Support/Suspension:
AirContact Trail, Derlin Frame
Shoulder Straps:
adjustable
Waist Belt:
adjustable
Hydration Compatible:
3L
Access:
top
Ice Axe Carry:
yes
Trekking Pole Carry:
yes
Rain Cover:
removable
Claimed Weight:
3lb 4oz
Recommended Use:
hiking
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

Trail 28 SL Backpack

Deuter tailored the women-specific SL suspension system on its ACT Trail 28 SL Backpack specifically for backcountry adventurers looking to carry heavy loads of gear comfortably. Stash a day's worth of supplies inside, get to them quickly via the dual-zip front access when you need to, and then hit the trail in comfort with the breathable Airmesh-lined shoulder straps and back panel easing your load. AirContact Trail uses contoured shoulder straps with a mesh lining, a ventilation channel between the pack padding, breathable foam back pads, and anatomically-formed hip fins to make heavy loads comfortable to carry. The SL Women's Fit System has soft edges to the straps (which are shorter and narrower), smaller buckles, curved west belt wings, and shorter-length suspension system.

  • Technical daypack for all-day adventures
  • AirContact Trail suspension lifts the load
  • Tough 3D AirMesh provides climate control
  • Dual-zip front access allows for quick access to important gear
  • Small valuables pockets, a helmet flap, a wet laundry compartment
  • Ice-axe and trekking-pole loops provide ample storage

Nice!

  • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

Love this pack! It is super comfortable and balances the weight well. There are a couple of things that could improve it though. There is no netting to hold a rain jacket or hat on the back. I added some thin bungee cord in a criss cross pattern to solve this. Only one hip pocket, but I have found these are usually too small for me anyway. This one isn't too bad though. I did add on another pocket (from gossamer gear). I tried strapping my poles to the pack, but ended up adding another pole bungee , though I supposed I could have just moved one from one side to the other since it comes with 2. I am not totally enamored with the zippered side pocket, seems like a regular pocket would be more functional. But overall, the comfort of the pack far outweighs these complaints. My new favorite pack!