The sleek Deuter Trans Alpine 24 day pack has bike-friendly features as well as versatility for on-trail or everyday use. Thoughtful organization and a supportive, ventilated suspension system make this a great do-it-all pack.Deuter’s Airstripes back system uses columns of ventilated padding to create a “chimney” to allow warm air to escape. Adjustable support stays add flexible stability for comfortable load carry. Padded shoulder straps and a contoured, adjustable hipbelt aid in load control and enhance fit. An Auto Compress system allows you to snug the hipbelt with ease. Load-lifter straps and an elastic sternum strap enable you to fine-tune fit.
The 1464 cubic inch main pack body is divided into two sections. The top-loading main compartment is accessed through a wide-opening U-shaped zipper and a lower section has front zippered access. A divider between the two can be detached to convert the pack to a single large compartment. A stretch front pocket is large enough to accommodate a bike helmet or discarded layers. A large zippered front pocket has internal organizational pockets for pumps, tools, and other gear. A small zippered top pocket and zippered hipbelt pockets are ideal for smaller items and a secure zippered rear pocket lets you put hands on a smartphone or other electronics while on the move. Other features include an SOS label, a safety light attachment point (light not included), an integrated rain cover, and reflectivity. A lined internal sleeve and drinking tube pass-through port make the pack hydration system compatible (hydration system not included).
The Deuter Trans Alpine 24 pack is available in your choice of color options.
- Easily accessible zipped compartment for smartphone or card on the rear side
- Outstanding ventilation and a compact, stable fit to the back thanks to the Airstripes system with adaptable stays
- Firm, sturdy fit through centralized hip fins attached to the padding with Auto Compress System and Pull-Forward adjustment
- Large zipped front pocket with organizer and internal compartment for valuables
- Three fabric zones for optimum comfort: soft on the shoulder straps, airy on the back padding and smooth in the hip zone
- Divisible main compartment
- Rain cover with loop for safety light and reflective print
- Ergonomically designed, Soft-Edge shoulder straps
- Wide mesh hip fins with zipped mesh pockets
- Load adjustment straps
- Versatile, elastic front pocket for helmet, jacket, etc.
- Compression straps
- 3M reflectors around the circumference
- Slot pocket
- Air pump holder
- Light-colored lining for a better overview
- Elastic side pockets
- Reflecting flashing light holder
- Hydration system compatible
- SOS Label
Best Use Hiking, Cycling, Travel Access Panel Loading Warranty Limited Lifetime Volume 1464 cu in Type Day Pack Sternum Strap Yes; Adjustable Maximum Weight 20 lbs Material Ripstop 210 and Macro Lite 210 Item Weight 2 lb, 8 oz Torso Adjustment n/a Hydration Compatible Yes Dimensions 19" x 9" x 8" Detachable Daypack n/a
Real Customer Reviews
- Great pack for a running commute
Likes: I love Deuter packs - very well designed and made. Previously, I had a Deuter Race for my running commute, but recently, I have the requirement to take my laptop back and forth from work and home each day and the Deuter Race was too small at 12L. After much research, I decided to go with the Trans Alpine - why?: The Trans Alpine 24L has enough room to easily accommodate my MacBook Pro 13”, a change of clothes, plenty of compartments for keys, phone, etc., and a down jacket in the bottom compartment, yet retains the air flow channels on the back like the Race.
Also, it is imperative that a backpack used for running has a wide waist strap as well as a chest strap - the TA24 has a beefier version of what’s on the Race by having the shoulder straps and waist straps being solid material instead of neting, as well as being padded. The TA24 goes even further by adding shoulder cinch straps to bring the pack in even closer and up higher on your back (as demoed in a very flashy way by Josh! Watch the video! Thanks Josh - you sold me!). Another bonus is the high density pad insert on the back side that keeps whatever’s in your pack, e.g., a heavy lap top, from crashing into your back - an even cooler, it pulls out and serves as a portable seat!
I know this backpack is marketed as biking/skiing/trekking back, but it works great as a running commuter pack. I run a 5k each day from the ferry terminal to work and back here in the PNW and with our light drizzle days, I don’t even bother with the built-in rain cover because the material is waterproof enough, but in the heavier rains, love the fact that it has a built-in rain cover. The Deuter Trans Alpine 24 is the perfect commuting pack no matter how you commute - walk, bike, run, ski, etc... it’s got you covered. :)
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