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|Product Technology:||Deuter Aircontact System, Deuter Aircomfort Vario System|
|Features:||Sternum Strap, Raincover Included, Ventilated Back Panel, Water Bottle Pockets, Hip Belt, Hydration Compatible, Compression Straps, Ice Axe / Trekking Pole Loops|
|Best Use:||Day Hiking|
|Pack Capacity:||35 liters / 2136 cubic inches|
Deuter Aircontact System
The easiest way to carry heavy loads is when backpack and wearer become one. This is what our Aircontact principle is all about: the body contact system brings the weight close to the center of gravity. This results in full pack control and an effective load transfer. Further, our Aircontact cushions made from special hollow chamber foam guarantee fantastic ventilation. The foam’s open pores pump out warm air when compressed. When extended it sucks in fresh air. The pump effect, therefore, leads to an efficient air exchange. Up to 15 % less sweating as with a standard compact back system (proven in tests conducted by Gabriel L.&T and the University of Erlangen) – combined with outstanding load transfer and a secure, perfectly balanced fit.
Deuter Aircomfort Vario System
The heart of the Aircomfort systems – tested and proven for decades – is its flexible spring steel frame. It is extremely durable, provides stable tension for the airy back mesh and creates the ventilation space between pack and wearer’s back, which lets moist air escape. The highly elastic spring steel frame construction of the Aircomfort FlexLite achieves maximum freedom of movement at minimum weight. The maximum ventilation achieved by the Aircomfort mesh construction significantly reduces heat buildup. According to findings from the acclaimed Hohenstein Institute, optimal back ventilation reduces moisture loss by up to 25 %.