Deuter Act Lite 50+10 Rucksack

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  • £130.00
  • Regular price £140.00

The Deuter Act Lite 50+10 has been our go to big load carrier for many years, its light but not so light it cannot cope with a serious load of gear for trekking and back packing. The back system adjusts to give you the perfect fit and its wide, stable hip belt transfers the load through your major leg muscles so your shoulders do not, shoulder (sorry), the burden.

It has a classic two compartment design with an internal and external lid pocket, there is also a large stretch stash pocket on the front of the pack, great for rapid access gear like your waterproof.

The back system is designed to give padding where needed but also to allow plenty of airflow to keep sweat to a minimum. 

  • Dimensions (HxWxD): 76 x 32 x 26 cm
  • Weight: 1730 grams
  • Capacity: 50 + 10 litres
  • Material: Polyester
  • Light weight
  • With Aircontact Lite system
  • Has a holder for poles
  • Internal pocket for a hydration system
  • With separate front, bottom, and top compartment
  • Including compartment for wet stuff
  • With attachment points for ice ax and sleeping mat
  • Stretch front pocket
  • Compact bilaminate construction with Pull-Forward function makes the hip belt easy to fasten even with heavy loads
  • Vari Quick back length adjustment with two-layer foam construction and optimised shape
  • Anatomically shaped shoulder straps with soft edges
  • Lightweight multi-chamber aluminium X-frame
  • Separate bottom compartment
  • Height adjustable lid
  • Lid pocket
  • Internal valuables pocket
  • Zipped pocket on hip belt for valuables
  • Gear attachment loops on lid
  • Ice axe and hiking pole loops - also for foldable poles
  • Spacious stretch side pockets
  • Compression and load adjustment straps
  • Double layered base
  • SOS label
  • Hydration system compatible
  • Loops for helmet holder (accessory)
  • Wet laundry compartment

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