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Deuter Women's Freescape Pro 38+ SL Backpack

$240.00
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Everything But the Kitchen Sink

If you require one backpack for dawn patrols and multi-day tours alike, the Deuter Women’s Freescape Pro 38+ SL Backpack is what you’ve been looking for. Designed specifically to fit female and shorter torsos, this technical ski pack carries everything you need for winter missions in the mountains and feels comfortable, too. The zippered back panel means you can easily access the contents of the main compartment, while the dedicated external avalanche safety gear pocket keeps your essentials at hand in case of an emergency. Crampons, ice axes, and your skis or snowboard all have dedicated tethers on the outside of the pack so you’re ready–whatever the adventure–and there’s even a place to strap your rope in case the going gets vertical.

Features

  • A women’s-specific ski mountaineering pack for technical multi-day tours

  • bluesign® certified, PFC-free, and made from 100% recycled fabric 
  • Durable, water-resistant material holds up in the mountains 
  • Snow-repellent cover fabric on back system keeps your possessions dry 
  • Hinged back opening lets you easily access what’s inside 
  • Reinforced safety compartment provides easy access to your avy gear 
  • Compatible with 3-liter hydration system 
  • Adjustable sternum strap and load adjustment strap let you customize your fit
  • Removable external helmet carry 
  • A-frame and diagonal ski carry options 
  • Two ice-axe holders 
  • Ropy carry 
  • External compression straps keep other gear securely in place

Specs 

  • Best Use: Ski Mountaineering, Backcountry Skiing 

  • Gender: Women’s  
  • Volume: 38 + 10 Liter 
  • Dimensions: 26” x 13” x 9” 
  • Weight: 3 lbs 4 oz
  • Material: 235D recycled polyamide 
  • Pockets: [External] Avalanche safety, side smartphone, hip belt, top; [Internal] Zippered mesh, hydration compartment

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