Deuter Guide Lite 32+


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Lightweight Climbing Pack

The Deuter Guide Lite 32+ is a lightweight climbing pack with a height adjustable lid. It is suitable for alpine mountaineering and ice climbing and would be a great ski mountaineering pack. It has a typical clean design, i.e. no bulging side pockets which might obstruct climbing movement in narrow spaces, stowing capability for two ice tools and straps at the side for skis.

The maximum stated volume of the pack is 40 litres.

The pack uses Deuter Duratex Lite (durable Duratex in a 500 denier weave which is tear-proof and durable and PU coated) and Deuter Ripstop 210 (which is a PU coated, ultra-tight weave with 210 denier thickness incorporating tough ripstop threads).


  • Removable sit mat
  • Height adjustable lid
  • Load adjuster straps on the shoulder straps
  • Shaped hip belt with compression and pull-forward straps
  • Lid pocket with central zip, valuables and SOS label
  • Gear loops on the hip belt
  • Stowable ice tool loops
  • Hydration bladder compatible
  • Weight : 1200g
  • Volume: 32+8 litre


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