- LID POCKET-stores quick-grab gear.
- FRONT POCKET-provides easy access to all important small essentials.
- COMPRESSION STRAPS-for reducing pack volume and improved load stability also can be used to attach extra gear.
- RAIN COVER-detachable rain cover
- SOS-LABEL-provides the most important tips in case of emergency
- STRETCH COMPARTMENT-stretch compartment on the inside of the back to stowe sweaty/wet clothes
- VALUABLES POCKET-special pocket on the inside of the pack to keep valuable items safe
- AIRCONTACT SYSTEM-Body-hugging fit of the Aircontact Trail System guarantees full load control
- SIDE POCKETS-stretch front pocket for storage of jacket, helmet, harness etc. + zipped front compartment for maps etc. + lid pocket, one zippered side pocket and one stretch side pocket provide a variety of storing solutions
- FRONT OPENING-two-way zip on the front allows direct access to well-buried items, even when the lid is closed
- PADDED HIP BELT-The thought-through Auto-Compress hip wing construction integrates automatic side compression as well as a Pull-Forward adjustment to provide a quick, super tight fit.
- With their close anchor points the anatomically shaped hip wings melt into the body and offer optimum freedom of movement.
- HYDRATION SYSTEM 3.0 L COMPATIBLE-compatible with Streamer 2.0 l & Streamer 3.0 l
- HIKING POLE ATTACHMENT-ice axe and hiking pole loops – also for foldable poles
DEUTER ACT TRAIL 32
Our toughest tester would criticize his mother’s cooking, but he had nothing but praise for the ACT Trail, calling it “a near-perfect all-purpose daypack” after using it in Montana’s Lee Metcalf Wilderness. That’s because the ACT Trail 32 (and the women’s SL 28) delivers the rock-solid stability and neat-freak organizational features you’d expect from an expedition pack.
This top-loader’s U-shaped zipper provides easy access to the main compartment; a mesh panel on the front stashes a jacket and hat; zippered pockets on the lid, side, and hipbelt stow a camera and snacks; and adjustable shock-cord loops secure trekking poles or ice tools.
Despite the many features, the pack isn’t cumbersome: One tester hammered up a multipitch ice climb in Montana’s Hyalite Canyon, unimpeded by shifting loads or restricted reach. The suspension (a plastic framesheet reinforced with a Delrin rod) handles up to 25 pounds.
Two mesh-covered foam panels on the back provide outstanding comfort and ventilation. Bonus: The built-in raincover kept our gear dry during a five-hour slush storm on Colorado’s Hahns Peak. The pack’s 210-denier nylon fabric should handle years of abuse. Downside: It’s heavy.
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