Deuter Futura Pro 36


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Men's daysack

The Futura Pro 36 is a men's daysack with a maximum 40 litre capacity as there is an extra 4 litres of capacity when the side bellows pockets are fully filled. The spacious capacity makes the Futura Pro 36 ideal for 2 day hiking adventures where spare clothing and items for an over-night at a B&B or hostel for example are required.

The pack benefits from the Variflex hip belt. The reinforced, floating belt follows each movement for added comfort when carrying heavy loads.

The Futura Pro 36 has the usual features of the Futura range: bottom compartment, detachable raincover, zipped pockets on the hipbelt, twin trekking pole attachment, side bellows pockets and stretch side pockets.

  • Aircomfort Flexlite back system
  • Variflex hip belt
  • Bottom compartment
  • Top loading with 2 lid pockets
  • Bladder compatability
  • Weight: 1.7Kg
  • Capacity: 40 litres total
  • H x W x D: 68 x 33 x 24cm


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