Deuter Futura 32


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Excellent quality men's hillwalking daysack with lots of features

A gents fit 32 litre daysack with all the features and 4 litres extra capacity when the bellows side pockets are filled out. This is a generous size and might be needed for winter walking where extra clothing and spares might be carried. The Aircomfort back system holds the sack off your back, allowing cooling and ventilation. The sacks also has plenty of pockets - 2 in the lid, 1 on the front, 2 side bellows pockets (all zippered) and also 2 stretch side pockets at the base. There is also an integral rain cover that stows away into a zippered pocket in the base when not in use. The sack has a high quality construction and excellent durability and is made from a ripstop material.

  • 32+4 litre capacity
  • Ventilated back system
  • Separate bottom compartment
  • Rain cover
  • Front pocket
  • 2 lid pockets
  • 2 stretch side pockets at the base
  • 2 side bellows pockets
  • Weight: 1600g


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