Deuter Freerider 30 Backpack

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Color
Black
Papaya/Lava
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The Freerider pack has clever winter-specific details like access to the main compartment via a fully opening back panel. This gives you good oversight of the contents and it also means the carry system stays dry. But even if a little snow does get onto the carry system, our new hard-wearing, breathable, snow-resistant fabric will keep your back dry. And when it comes to safety, the Freerider has it all worked out. It features a separate, easy-to-access compartment for your probe and shovel so that your avalanche equipment is quick to access in an emergency. We've also equipped it with our new modular attachment set-up. Two dedicated straps that attach to the gear loops on the pack allow you to affix skis, a snowboard or snowshoes to the pack in no time at all - skis diagonally across the back or in an A-frame, a snowboard or snowshoes in an upright position. These versatile gear straps can also be used as compression straps.
  • For keen backcountry skiers looking for a comfortable, full winter-spec pack for one-day ski tours.
  • The Freerider pack has clever winter-specific details like access to the main compartment via a fully opening back panel.
  • MODULAR ATTACHMENT OPTIONS to fix skis, a snowboard or snowshoes onto the outside of the pack. Two dedicated gear straps have multiple configuration options: Skis can be attached diagonally or in an A-frame, snowshoes or a snowboard in an upright position. The gear straps can also be used for compression.
  • GOOD OVERSIGHT of all of your gear via the wide aperture rear opening. This allows you to keep your skis, board or snowshoes strapped to the pack while you rummage around inside it. Using the rear opening also ensures the carry system stays dry.
  • QUICK ACCESS to avalanche equipment via a large dedicated, part-reinforced front compartment.

Sku: dtr-frrdr30-blk

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