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  • Removable 15-liter lid converts to a summit pack
  • Aircontact back system offers stabilizer straps, breathable padding, anatomic hip fins and an anatomic profiled X-frame for excellent fit and comfort
  • Vari Quick back length adjustment with bi-laminate foam construction and optimized shape
  • Anatomically shaped shoulder straps with soft edges
  • Lightweight multi-chambered aluminum X-frame with 0.5 in. stays
  • Resupply extension collar with optional roll-top closure
  • Large stretch front pocket; mesh side pockets; lid pocket; internal valuables pocket; zippered hipbelt pocket
  • Gear attachment loops on lid; Ice axe / trekking pole loops
  • Compression and load adjustment straps
  • Double-layer base delivers abrasion resistance and durability
  • SOS label
  • Hydration system compatible (reservoir sold separately)
  • Removable sleeping pad straps

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Specs

Best Use Backpacking
Frame Type Internal Frame
Gear Capacity (L) 50 liters
Gear Capacity (cu. in.) 3,050 cubic inches
Weight 3 lbs. 6 oz.
Adjustable Torso Yes
Fits Torso 15 - 21 inches
Fits Waist/Hips Unavailable
Material(s) 210-denier ripstop nylon
Frame Material Aluminum
Number of Stays 2 X-frame
Pack Access Top
Number of Exterior Pockets 4 + main compartment
Removable Daypack Yes
Gender Men's
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very good pack This pack is very well made and the quality of the materials is good. I have used it on four trips so far of two or three nights. It's great for the 23 to 30 pounds I carry on most trips in warmer weather. If my load is much above 30 pounds I use my Baltoro because the nicer suspension makes the extra two pounds of pack weight worth it. Above about 30 pounds you start to notice the hip belt/lumbar pad is not as comfortable and you are having to pull the belt really tight. The weight spec is off a bit. The pack weighs 59 oz. Without the top section it weighs 54 oz. The detachable top section is made so you can use it as a day pack, but it's pretty small.
Date published: 2016-11-13
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Solid pack I purchased the 2014 model and used it for a multi-day back country trek to Canyonlands in April 2014. I will probably purchase the new model because Deuter added sleeping pad/tent straps at the bottom, which addressed one of the shortcomings of the pack. My take: It handles a heavy loads very well despite being a relatively light pack; I carried 48 lbs (25 lbs of water) and lightweight gear otherwise and it performed great. It is also a clean design with few zippered pockets, which I prefer. I'm glad there is no separate zippered mid-pack pocket or sleeping bag compartment. The base capacity (50L) encourages one to pack less stuff- a good thing in my mind. To pack it I used a compactor bag as a large stuff sack (I ditched the individual stuff sacks for all my gear) and it held everything I needed. I would rather attach my pad or tent to the outside than carry a large cumbersome back. It also works well as a day pack with or w/o the brain. My only gripes: it needs a second hip belt pocket (larger is necessary too) and the brain could be bigger- if the pack didn't taper quite as much this would be possible. I recommend this pack despite these minor shortcomings.
Date published: 2016-08-18
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Well made but sags This pack feels comfortable and solid up to 30 lbs. Above that, it sags below the waist. Adjustments do not help. It's a light bag so it doesn't have the suspension capable of the rated 45 lbs. I would recommend this for ultralight backpackers.
Date published: 2016-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent Ultralight Framed Backpack Got mine last year. At 35 lb. with a week's food and 3 liters of water it is comfortable and carries well.
Date published: 2017-03-24
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Last year's model weighed 6.4 ounces more than specified by Deuter (on my accurate home scale). Two questions: (1) What does this new model actually weigh WITH the top lid attached? (2) What does it weight after the top lid is removed?

Asked by: beer sherpa
Ignore my other "4 lb" answer if it's posted. I had weighed it last Spring and I just remembered it had a pack cover in it. It actually weighs 59 ounces, and 54 ounces without the lid.
Answered by: Jon R
Date published: 2017-01-20
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