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Deuter Trans Alpine 30

Deuter Trans Alpine 30

Actually designed with mountain bike trans-alps in mind but do with it what you want. It makes no difference. This favourite amongst the bike packs with its Airstripes back, Soft-Edge mesh wings and anatomically formed shoulder straps will sit firm and comfortable doing anything you set your heart on. For its fans to have a bit of variety, there are new and extra colours. The SL version with different anchor point and angles to the hip fins, narrower shoulder straps and slightly shorter back is geared up for women’s trans-alps.

Details:

» Airstripes back
» Soft-Edge comfort straps
» padded edges on the mesh wings and zipped mesh pockets
» load adjustor straps
» dividable main compartment
» Neoprene helmet flap
» two front pockets with zipped valuables pocket
» compressions traps
» 3M reflectors
» two stuff compartments
» light-coloured lining for a better contents overview
» mesh side pockets
» safety blink loop
» rain cover

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Comments (3)

StaceyNovember 4th, 2009 at 5:32 pm

Superb!
Light considering its load bearing capacity, plenty of storage options, copes with everything from all day rides to family days out. Should also mention its very comfy to wear (i.e. you forget its there) and apparently quite stylish as backpacks go. Not the cheapest if used as a daypack, but when you take into account it’s hiking/biking/hydration pack duties as well its hard to beat.

MikiMarch 20th, 2012 at 4:02 pm

Fantastic bag. Used on a 10 ride across the French Alps and to/from lectures every day since with no problems. You really can cram a lot into it and it always fits well on my back thanks to the stiff backpiece. Plenty of external attachments to lash things onto and the outside pockets are nice and handy. The only downside it that it tends to knock my helmet a little on the steep downhill sections, but not enough to cause a problem. Would be nice if it came with a bladder.

BernhardOctober 11th, 2013 at 12:24 am

Deuter manufactures backpacks for ages. I use my transalpine 30 now for almost 10years for every ride with “luggage” and it has never failed. Last year I did my first Alp-x with it.

There may be cheaper or lighter backpacks- I don’t care. This one lasts and has all the gimmicks I need for my rides (small zipper pockets, net outside, helmet holder, rain cover, conpression belts…)

And it fits.

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