Author Topic: Anyone here using a Deuter Air Contact backpack?  (Read 351 times)

Litehiker

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Here in the US Deuter seems to be about the most popular non-US brand. Deuter is a German company with packs made in Vietnam, like Osprey.
I have a Deuter Air Contact Light 65+10 for winter camping to carry bulkier gear. And Osprey EXOS 58 is my summer backpack.
Plus I got and Air Contact Light 50+ 10 for my oldest grandson who is growing like a weed. That series of packs has a nicely adjustable harness.



How many on this forums an Air Contact Deuter pack? 


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Bhod

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Re: Anyone here using a Deuter Air Contact backpack?
« Reply #1 on: 06:48:55, 02/05/20 »
Nope not an Air Contact owner but my go to bag is the Deuter Guide 35+.  Not the lightest of bags out there, no added bells and whistes so to speak, a distinct lack of side pockets, but almost bomproof and the most comfortable pack I've ever carried.
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Owen

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Re: Anyone here using a Deuter Air Contact backpack?
« Reply #2 on: 09:21:04, 02/05/20 »
Use a Deuter Pace, a lighter weight version of the Guide for winter day pack. Very comfortable and we'll made, shovel pocket and ski carrying straps. All for under a kg.