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Deuter ACT Trail SL 22L Backpack - Women's
Deuter made the Women's ACT Trail 22 SL Backpack versatile so you can ski, climb, and hike with the same pack. Its AirContact Trail SL suspension system features a women-specific design, stabilizer straps, a flexible frame, ventilated channels, and breathable 3D AirMesh padding at the shoulder straps, waist belt, and back panel.
There are two access points to the ACT Trail's main compartment, one at the top for packing and another at the front for getting gear quickly. Deuter also added a sleeve for your hydration reservoir, a compartment for dirty clothes, and a rain cover that you can remove for sunny days. There are multiple pockets inside for organization as well, one on the side for a water bottle, and another zippered side for security. The loop at the bottom stores ice axes, trekking poles, or a helmet―whatever your adventure calls for.
Osprey Packs Tempest 9L Backpack - Women's
Strap on the lightweight and versatile Osprey Women's Tempest 9 Backpack for a fast-moving day hike on Saturday, and a mountain bike ride on Sunday. The Tempest 9 offers room for trail maps and a rain shell, as well as bike tools and a spare tube in the front zippered pocket. The backpack includes a pull-out LidLock helmet attachment that pulls through the vents on your helmet to secure it to the front of the pack, as well as front bungee webbing and a tool loop and bungee ties to hold additional items and tools.
The shoulder straps and hip-belt are specially shaped, positioned, and padded to fit the female figure, and feature mesh-covered foam padding that provides breathable cushioning. The sternum strap keeps the backpack from shifting and helps support the pack's weight as you scramble up big rocks or carve through singletrack turns. With the hip belt's ErgoPull adjustment system, you'll be able to easily snug down or loosen up the hip belt on the fly. Reflective graphics make you visible in low light conditions, which is perfect if you decide to go for a trail run at dawn, return to your car, and hop on your mountain bike and ride until dusk.
now the go guys I'm here to give a. Review on the osprey tempest for tea bag. This is the extra small which makes it. Actually a 38 litre rather than a 40. Litre yeah i just recently got this I'm. Planning on going on some overseas. Travel the reason i got the extra small. Was that i could fit into it and then also that it fit more of the dimensions. Of being able to become a carry-on. Rather than something that i would have to check i wanted something that had enough room for 10 sleeping pads all my. Close some electronics and yeah. Basically just all my needs as far as. Being overseas and traveling for an extended period of time i really liked look the look of this bag. Online i checked it out on their website. Which is probably where i would recommend doing any specs checking of. Any backpacks would be to go to the. Brands website because i have found that. On amazon or any outfitters websites. They just don't have the correct specifications i got this through rei. It's about i think 160 dollars and the. Things that i really do like about it or. What drew me to the bag were i really. Like the kangaroo pouch in the front this mesh pouch I've already done some. Extended backpacking and this is kind of like a must for me because I'm not the. Most organized person in the world and when have like maybe a jacket or a raincoat that i don't want to open up my entire. Pack to put back in here and make it. Super organized i just like to shove it into here and it's nice to say you have. Snacks or something that you want to just get to fast this is a must for me another thing that kind of drew me to. The pack was this is what they call a. Brain on a backpack and i like having a. Rather, larger brain it's just pretty. Pretty large and i like that you can fit. You know a good portion of stuff in here. One thing that i thought was kind of. Different about the design on this one. Which i do like that it's somewhat. Detachable we're just flexible i don't know that you can fully remove it because this is the weird part it kind of has this strap system that goes from. They i don't know they got kind of funky with the straps on this backpack to be honest it's got this one that connects to this it kind of runs down through these two loops and then back up through this knot and that can kind of cinch it. Down which i do enjoy that it keeps it. Pretty sturdy but i just think that there's kind of necessary leakage one. Think that i have come to realize after. Having received it was that these straps. Are i think a little bit too simple for. Me and not as comfortable as i was. Hoping so just putting it on putting you. Now a lot of gear in it and testing it. Out and feeling it out these are pretty thin and as far as osprey packs go. They've come a long way with how. Amazing and cushioned and patted their. Straps are the pack that i hiked with. Through a year and a half it was like my. Home it was the osprey aura 65 and not. Long straps in compare more amazing these i just i don't. Now if i can get behind a bag that's gonna actually hurt my shoulder ernest. Because I've gotten spoiled so yeah this. Is the back of it which is pretty decent. I think as far as you know back to concern you do get a lot of airflow in here but in again it's a slight. Disappointment compared to where osprey. Is now with their backs especially i think with the anti gravity backs that they're coming up coming out with right now this just you know i don't know that. You can get as much air flow as you know. The other box do because they're almost you know of of your back it does have. The adjustable shoulder straps where you. Can get in here and adjust it to size. Which is nice it does have this the. External bladder right here which i do. Enjoy probably better than having it on. The inside for me i don't know if it's. Completely 100% necessary cuz I'm not. Even sure I'm gonna be taking my bladder on my travels so something again I'm. Just gonna kind of way out so these are a side mesh pocket, and they have some. Blue straps here that it goes either on. The outside or you can realign them on. The inside sometimes i think they're. Just a little bit overkill these this. One in particular go zigzag across this. Pocket but then also attaches to the hip. Belt and this side pocket so i don't. Now if cinching this up a lot is gonna. Just like i don't know. It's just for me I'm not sure the reason. Why it's there if you know leave a comment this right here for like ice. Pick and i know their cord right here. You can tie it down so these straps. Right here are load stabilizer straps, and they help you balance how much of a. Load that you're taking on your upper back so those are really helpful i think. Most backpacks come with them as far as the hip belt it looks pretty nice looks. Like it's got some air flow to it even these pockets right here are like half. Mesh which is kind of nice another thing. When i was kind of disappointed in was the quality or the sturdiness of these. Straps on the buckle and so this buckle. I'm not super stoked on the design or. The quality it just seems kind of. Slightly flimsy so and we can give you a. Lot of to work with here i know. It's the extra small and i mean that's. Kind of what it comes with but say you're having a heavy day and you. No need a little bit more room for. This like it's not that big so i enjoy. That there aren't super long straps cuz. On my last one they were really long but yeah i just give at least a little bit. More oh and it's got this sternum strap. And the sternum strap is adjustable as well so that's nice to have one of these. That can adjust easily this little. Pocket i was somewhat excited for but i. Don't know what more than like your two. Fingers you can fit in here i was hoping. That it might be able to fit like my ipod but i have come to found out the. Test will not happen it's just way too. Small so that's kind of diss yeah i think that's the stow on the go trekking poles and so you can store them. Right here in here which is really nice. When you're hiking and you just don't want to use them or you have to kind of like scramble up some rocks so there's just the two entrances the bottom and the top i do like this kind of. Compression saint-jean my top which is your bags pretty full and you want to just cinch it down that's pretty nice it. Does open really wide which i like and. So you can just get in there and it's. Pretty nice that if you don't have a side entry then you've got a nice big. Open entrance to the top of your bag. Yeah so then there's the bottom entrance. Here and i don't know if i might just. Not read it but i was hoping for kind of. Like separation down here for my sleeping bag but there isn't any separation so i mean if you're taking. Put your bag some other stuff might fall. Out i don't know i just like for the. Divider here these clips serves or you. No sleeping mask or yoga mat or whatever you keep on here all around i. Feel like this is a pretty awesome bag but the only thing is. That for i think long distance traveling. It just doesn't do't have some of the. Some features that i like you know bag i would maybe recommend it for like some maybe week-long backpacking. Hikes or if you're more into the kind of. Minimalistic style i would say it feels really good i think I'm possibly just going to look for a another bag and find. Something that fits my needs because. It's gonna be home for a while thanks for watching the video i hope you guys enjoyed it if you wanted to ask any. Questions feel free to ask them in the comments and I'll try to answer oh yeah. That's good this video helped you guys out alright thanks guys You.
Salewa Alp Trainer 30+3L Backpack - Women's
Hit the trail for a long mid summer hike or a weekend hiking and camping mission knowing that the Salewa Alp Trainer 30+3L Backpack will keep you operating at your peak and keep you prepared for anything. The Air Fit 2.0 and Split shoulder straps combine to keep the air flowing between you and your pack which helps prevent heat build up. That heat build up leads to a sweaty back and wet clothes that make hiking uncomfortable. A cool back only helps when you have enough internal capacity and organization to stay prepared for anything the trail can throw at you, luckily the Alp Trainer does not skimp in that area. A large top loading pocket holds all your big items while a plethora of on the go pockets, gear attachment straps, pole fasteners, and a hydration system exit keep you moving quickly and in comfort.
Gregory Sigma 28L Backpack - Women's
Whether you're bagging a new peak or embarking on your daily commute to work, the Gregory Sigma 28L Backpack has your back. It holds everything you need for your workday, including your 15in laptop, or snacks and extra layers for your hike. Internal organization pockets keep everything easy to access and the soft-touch liner in the top quick access pocket keeps your tablet or phone safe while you make your way to your destination. The plush airmesh back panel with dual density foam keeps you comfortable on a full day of wear while the dual side compression straps center and balance your load for higher mobility up the trail. When the work day goes long or if you spend too much time on the summit reflective elements and a light loop add visibility for a safer journey home.
Deuter Trail 28 SL Backpack - Women's
Deuter tailored the women-specific SL suspension system on its ACT Trail 28 SL Backpack specifically for backcountry adventurers looking to carry heavy loads of gear comfortably. Stash a day's worth of supplies inside, get to them quickly via the dual-zip front access when you need to, and then hit the trail in comfort with the breathable Airmesh-lined shoulder straps and back panel easing your load. AirContact Trail uses contoured shoulder straps with a mesh lining, a ventilation channel between the pack padding, breathable foam back pads, and anatomically-formed hip fins to make heavy loads comfortable to carry. The SL Women's Fit System has soft edges to the straps (which are shorter and narrower), smaller buckles, curved west belt wings, and shorter-length suspension system.
Hi I'm scott park with deuter usa here. Hanging out the guys at tahoe bounce sports I'm here to show you guys what's. New for f12 and one new pax is gonna be the guide light 28 + sl stands for. Slim line that's gonna work for our are more women specific backpacks and as well. Those smaller men the need a nice alpine. Backpack this backpack is equipped with. Technical tool attachments this is gonna. Be able to capture those tools like the. Do not have a hammer and four more of. Those tools that you need that secure. Closure there also has ski carry abilities 130 millimeters in the tail. Right here is what'll go up to along with this pack just like the other guy that you guys are familiar with we do have a removable bivy pad on the inside. Take a look on the inside you simply. Pull this tab up i won't take it out but you do have the ability to access the. Bivi pad right in there this pack being the light is going to be a pack that. Uses a lighter suspension on the back we. Still, have the deuter air or daughter air contact alpine back system but. Instead of aluminum stays we actually. Use delrin who hydration compatible and. Fixed hip belts with the canted sl. Feature right in here thank you for. Checking this out and I'm scott park. From deuter.