Deuter ACT Lite 35+10 SL


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An ideal women's sack for hut to hut tours

This ladies fit sack is part of the ACT Lite range that uses lighter materials than the Aircontact range and is worth considering for light weight backpacking or hut to hut tours where a tent or sleeping bag is not usually carried. The weight of this is a comfortable 1450g when empty. This is a ladies version with narrower shoulder straps and conically shaped hip belt.

The Aircontact Lite 35+10SL is stacked with features and storage options such as side and front mesh sleeve pockets, 2 zippered lid pockets, separate bottom compartment for spare clothes, hydration bladder sleeve.

  • Ladies fit: narrow shoulder straps, conically shaped hipbelt, shorter back length adjustment
  • 45 litre total capacity
  • Separate bottom compartment
  • Mesh storage sleeves on sides and front
  • 2 zippered lid pockets
  • Hydration bladder sleeve
  • Weight: 1450g


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