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Deuter Packs
Futura Pro 42 Backpack 2013

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The Aircomfort Pro System brings together three key elements: top Aircomfort ventilation, superb load transfer and Variflex pivoting hip belt.

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Features


Gender: Unisex
Weight: 3 lb 12 oz
Material: Deuter-Ripstop 210, Deuter-Super-Polytex
Dimensions: 28 x 14 x 10” / 72 x 35 x 26 cm
Volume: 2550 cu in / 42 L
Suspension: AIRCOMFORT Back System
Torso: 17 - 21” / 43 - 53 cm
Season: F13
Vendor ProductId: 34281
Review ProductId: 25760

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Deuter PacksFutura Pro 42 Backpack 2013
 
4.0

(based on 2 reviews)

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4.0

This backpack rocks!!

By Yodels

from Chattanooga, TN

Pros

  • Fully Featured
  • Mesh panel on back
  • Transfers weight well

Cons

  • Small for long trips
  • Torso un-adjustable

Best Uses

  • Short wintersummer trips

Comments about Deuter Packs Futura Pro 42 Backpack 2013:

One size fits most so if you're anywhere from a larger "small" to a smaller "large" then it'll fit you.

 
4.0

Nice Air Flow!

By Ruger

from Chattanooga, TN

Pros

  • Comfortable
  • Cool
  • Stable

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Climbing
    • Light backpacking

    Comments about Deuter Packs Futura Pro 42 Backpack 2013:

    I've used this pack for climbing and for summer backpacking. It fit everything I needed and was quite comfortable. I wasn't bogged down by weight or heat like I am with other packs. It even held up quite well and distributed weight perfectly during a "questionable" approach to a local crag. The only downfall is that there weren't straps to tie my sleeping pad.

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