Deuter Airlite 20 SL


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Women's daysack

The Deuter Airlite 20 SL is a 20 litre capacity bag with top entry into a main compartment, zipped top stash pocket for small items. Despite its low weight of 963g it also boasts plenty of other features and places to stow gear too. There is a front stow pocket and mesh side pockets on the main body of the sack, and zipped mesh pockets on the hip belt.

Other features include an Aircomfort Back for lovely ventilation of the back, a detachable rain cover stowed away in a zipped pocket, reflective loop on the front for a safety light, trekking pole attachment loops and hydration bladder sleeve.

  • Zipped top entry
  • Zipped stash pcoket
  • Zipped hip belt pockets
  • Side and front stretch pockets
  • Aircomfort backsystem
  • Trekking pole attachment
  • Hydration bladder sleeve
  • Detachable rain cover
  • Weight: 963g


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