Deuter Wash Bag Lite II


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Deuter Wash Bag Lite II

Slightly bigger than the Lite I, so slightly more room to pack things in. Still lightweight and easy to pack down inside a rucksack. A definite essential for any biker, alpine walker or traveller as can store the bare essentials. Makes sure your fluids do not leak into the rest of your pack. Closed with an easy to use zip.

Made of Deuter-Taffeta-Nylon, a fine weave of 190 den threads for the Deuter rain covers. Is exceptionally durable.

  • Weight: 30 g
  • Volume: 0.75 litre
  • Size: 12 / 20 / 1 (H x W x D) cm


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