Deuter Guide 30+ SL
85.00, added Oct/2008, see all Deuter news & reviews
announcement by Deuter
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Whether used as a seat for a snack in the snow, an ice-axe store or used to carry all your hardware - the new range of Guide backpacks are not only well equipped but they can take a beating. The slim shape and body hugging fit of these packs provide complete carry control, even over difficult terrain. And with their ergonomically shaped, flexible Vari Flex hip belts, there is added freedom of movement. A new SL version has been introduced with more capacity for extended hours.
Deuter Guide Range
© Deuter, Oct 2008

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Deuter Guide 30+ SL

Deuter Guide 30+ SL
© Deuter, Oct 2008

Weight: 1340g without hipbelt & stays. 1590g total
Volume: 30+6 l
Size: 65/33/20 (h/b/t)com
Removable, very lightweight multi chamber aluminium x-frame
Detachable Vari Flex belt
[1] Side zips for easy access to buried items
Height adjustable lid closure with central zipped compartment and valuables pocket
Snow skirt
Detachable rope lashing strap
Practical side entry zip to main compartment
Compression straps which can be fastened overthe middle of the pack
Numerous practical attachment options:
[2] new ice axe attachment.
3] reinforced ski attachment straps at the side, front crapon straps, top lid attachment rinbgs to store extra gear.
Guide 40 SL & 45+ comes with a separate bottom comparment
Removable, very lightweight multi-chamber aluminium X-frame

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