Deuter Pace 36


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A lightweight sack for adventure races, fell running or climbing

This is a lightweight sack that could be put to a variety of uses from fell and adventure races to rock climbing. This has a quick access front storage sleeve which would serve as climbing or cycle helmet storage for example, a mesh pocket on one hip fin, two stretch side pockets. There's plenty of ways to stow your gear on a sack that weighs only 920g!

  • Weight: 920g
  • Volume: 36 litre
  • Size: 66/30/22(HxWxD)cm
  • Material Composition: Polyester-10%/Nylon-90% (Deuter-Microrip-Nylon, 100D Pocket Rip Mini)
  • SOS label
  • 3M reflectors at the front and back
  • Stretch side pockets
  • Pole and ice axe attachment
  • Internal valuables pocket
  • Reinforced base
  • 3L hydration system compatible
  • Special compression straps to fasten skis to the pack and compress the pack as small as possible, can be fastened at the centre of the pack
  • Flexible, tensioned Delrin® U-frame guarantees great stability and low weight
  • Breathable foam back
  • Sternum strap
  • Spacious front flap for gloves, skins or helmet
  • Ski attachment system
  • Lid pocket
  • Wet laundry compartment
  • Zipped mesh pocket and gear loop on the hip fins


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