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Deuter Packs, Bags, and Gear

  • 70 Items
    • Futura Pro 42 BackpackQuick View

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      Futura Pro 42 Backpack

      $169.00

    • ACT Trail 24 BackpackQuick View

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      ACT Trail 24 Backpack

      $119.00

    • Speed Lite 30 BackpackQuick View

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      Speed Lite 30 Backpack

      $99.00

    • AC Lite 22 BackpackQuick View

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      AC Lite 22 Backpack

      $99.00

    • ACT Zero 50+15 BackpackQuick View

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      ACT Zero 50+15 Backpack

      $185.00

    • ACT Trail 32 BackpackQuick View

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      ACT Trail 32 Backpack

      $129.00

    • Streamer 2.0 ReservoirQuick View

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      Streamer 2.0 Reservoir

      $29.95

    • Sub 28 DaypackQuick View

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      Sub 28 Daypack

      $89.00

    • ACT Lite 40+10 BackpackQuick View

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      ACT Lite 40+10 Backpack

      $169.00

    • Xeno 90Quick View

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      Xeno 90

      $259.00

    • Race Exp Air Backpack w/3L Res. Quick View

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      Race Exp Air Backpack w/3L Res.

      $129.00

    • Giga Flat 22 BackpackQuick View

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      Giga Flat 22 Backpack

      $89.00

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Since 1898, when founder Hans Deuter first began making postal bags for the Bavarian Post Office, Deuter Packs has been committed to high-quality construction and industry leading innovation. Deuter also has a long established commitment to outdoor adventure. Highlights include the 1934 German Himalayan Expedition, where Deuter-Tauern backpacks helped make the trip a success. Legendary German mountain climber Hermann Buhl summated Nanga Partat (8125m) in 1953 with Deuter packs, tents, and bags (before the tent division became its own company). What will you do with a Deuter pack? The first Aircomfort backpacks were introduced in 1987, and this continues to be one of the key elements of Deuter's line. Over the last decade, Deuter has continued to push the limits of pack design, introducing new technologies such as their Advanced Aircomfort System. The Deuter KidComfort packs bring a new level of design excellence to the world of family hiking and backpacking. Deuter packs have quickly become a staff pick, and our most popular pack line.

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