Deuter Backpacks

Deuter ACT Lite 65+10 Internal Frame Backpack

!The best-selling Deuter ACT Lite 65+10 internal frame pack provides backpackers with 4550 cubic inches of storage capacity and carrying comfort at a weight of just 3 lb 15 oz. Ideal for multi-day and extended backpacking trips.

ACT Lite 65+10

  • 3950-4550 cu in
  • Deuter's best-selling lightweight pack
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  • Reg. Price: $199.00
  • Free shipping plus free returns
Deuter Expedition 90+10 Internal Frame Backpack

An excellent choice for guides, trail maintenance workers or anyone carrying heavy loads, the Deuter Expedition 90+10 internal frame backpack has a massive interior (up to 6102 cu in) and a trustworthy, load-bearing suspension system.

Expedition 90+10

  • 5492-6102 cu in
  • Maximum capacity and load-hauling ability
  • Reg. Price: $268.99
  • Free shipping plus free returns
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In the late 1890's German entrepreneur Hans Deuter began manufacturing backpacks, tents, leather goods and wagon covers. By the 1930's, Deuter products were venturing into the highest and most rugged places on earth, as some of the earliest Himalayan expeditions were outfitted entirely with Deuter packs. Advancements in engineering and pack materials further established Deuter's presence in mountaineering, climbing and hiking circles.

Today, with cooperation from world-renowned organizations such as the German Association of Mountain and Ski Guides, the French Mountain Guides, the DAV Summit Club and the AMGA, Deuter's international development team is committed to continued innovation and technological advancement.

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