Deuter Race EXP Air Rucksack

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RRP:
£74.99
Brand:
Deuter
1 review:
4.0 out of 5 stars
Price history

All-time low: £45.00 on 22/08/2016

Description

Aircomfort FlexLite System In order to achieve excellent comfort, a light pack weight while also remaining well ventilated across the back Deuter have developed the Aircomfort FlexLite System. The Deuter Aircomfort back system effectively prevents heat build-up or sweaty backs.Anatomically formed shoulder straps with perforated foam and large-celled 3D AirMesh lining to make them airy. Twin-frame construction gives the Aircomfort Flexlite System its special lightweight properties at the same time as guaranteeing excellent flexibility and ergonomic fit. The secret lies in the combination of complimentary round and flat spring steel frame profiles.

It easily follows body movements and transfers the load perfectly to the hip fins. It also gives the back mesh a stable tensioned platform for the patented Deuter 3-sided ventilation system. Load adjustor straps enable exact backpack positioning. Anatomically shaped, sturdy hip fins transfer the load to the hips. Perforated foam and oversized cell 3D AirMesh lining provide additional ventilation. Hexlite 100 Fabric Extremely lightweight Ripstop Polyamide fabric with textured structure. The 100 version of the fabric is used for ultra lightweight backpacks such as the Spectro series. The reinforcement fibres woven into the fabric increase the tear strength and add stability to this thin fabric.