Item # 848326
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Comments about Deuter Transit 65 Travel Backpack:
I am now 63 and wanted something that opened like a suitcase, so I can see what I have. I did not want a top opening backpack that I have to take everything out of to get to the bottom item. I also did not want a lot of outside staps that have to be fussed with.
I researched the type of backpack I wanted for the type of camping that I do at my age. I don't go on expedition any more. Mostly out with the grandkids or off to a county park for the weekend. I may hike into a walk in site, but rarely more than a mile. The Transit 65 has the capacity I need, it is a clam shell opening pack, so I can see what I have and have easy access to it. I wanted a handle on the top and the side, because it is a pain to pick up a heavy backpack by the shoulder straps. The back packing harness on it is excellent. Much more than you would get in a typical travel bag. Deuter has done an excellent job on the whole pack. It is much more than a suitcase and really an excellent backpack. It will not impress serious backpackers with its lack of features, but it is a very practical piece of equipment. The only thing missing is a lack of outside attachment points.
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