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Deuter Trans Alpine 30 Bag / Backpack

Deuter Trans Alpine 30 Bag / Backpack

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Product Description

Actually designed and proven for mountain bike transalps but do with it what you want.

It’s no wonder everyone just loves the Trans Alpine. This all-rounder is perfectly suited to almost any activity with all its smart features such as the zipped map compartment in the back section, the easily accessible pockets or the organised main compartment.  This season new colours will make heads turn! The rain cover still shines in high visibility neon yellow and has an additional safety light loop, giving better safety margins at dawn and at dusk. With it’s Airstripes back system, mesh wings and anatomically shaped shoulder straps, the Trans Alpine is super comfortable and gives a carry that is as steady as a rock.

Key Features:
  • Dividable main compartment
  • Safety light loop on rain cover
  • Zipped map compartment in the back section
  • Airstripes back
  • Soft-Edge comfort straps
  • Padded edges on the mesh
  • Wings and zipped mesh pockets
  • Load adjustor straps
  • Neoprene helmet holder
  • Two front pockets with
  • Zipped valuables pocket
  • Compressions traps
  • 3M Reflectors
  • Light-coloured lining for a better contents overview
  • Mesh side pockets
  • Rain cover
  • Material: Ballistic

    Deuter Trans Alpine 30 Bag / Backpack Reviews

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    Overall Rating:
    3
    out of 5
    3.00
    Build Quality
    5.00
    Performance
    2.00
    Value For Money
    2.00

    Customer Reviews (1)

    3
    Well made - design lets it down

    CONTEXT I was looking for a 30-ish ltr pack for regular cycle commute, active trips (skiing/walking) and weekend travelling. I already own a 20 ltr OMM pack that is excellent for short trips/runs/cycles but it's too small to get a lot of the kit I want in it. I thought the OMM 32 ltr was expensive given the lack of features so I looked elsewhere. LIKES - Very well made - excellent raincover - back padding fitted well - felt relatively lightweight given the strong built quality and amount of pockets/features. DISLIKES - Helmet pocket: helmet falls out (!) because 1) the two compression straps for the helmet pocket are attach too far to the sides (rather than straight over the top of the pocket) leaving room for the helmet to slide up and out through the gap between them, 2) the pockets side skirts don't come up far enough to offer any security/pressure, and 3) the pocket mesh don't extend far enough towards the attachment points to cover a helmet so I found the helmet easily popping out. These are simple design issues. - Waist pockets: difficult to access and use because, 1) they don't come far enough around the front, and 2) the pocket shape means the zipper requires two hands to close - my OMM 20 ltr pack doesn't have either of these design problems. - Bladder holder: doesn't work well with bladders from other manfacturers, because 1) the orange velcro tab is positioned too low down the back panel, 2) the tab is too wide to attach a standard Camelbak hook 3) the bladder pocket is doesn't offer any support so, combined with the two other design issues above, my Camelbak bladder kept falling out of position. It could work great with the Deuter bladders. OVERALL Well made but poor design lets this pack down - which is disappointing given the price tag. I'm sending mine back.

    CONTEXT I was looking for a 30-ish ltr pack for regular cycle commute, active trips (skiing/walking) and weekend travelling. I already own a 20 ltr OMM pack that is excellent for short trips/runs/cycles but it's too small to get a lot of the kit I want in it. I thought the OMM 32 ltr was expensive given the lack of features so I looked elsewhere. LIKES - Very well made - excellent raincover - back padding fitted well - felt relatively lightweight given the strong built quality and amount of pockets/features. DISLIKES - Helmet pocket: helmet falls out (!) because 1) the two compression straps for the helmet pocket are attach too far to the sides (rather than straight over the top of the pocket) leaving room for the helmet to slide up and out through the gap between them, 2) the pockets side skirts don't come up far enough to offer any security/pressure, and 3) the pocket mesh don't extend far enough towards the attachment points to cover a helmet so I found the helmet easily popping out. These are simple design issues. - Waist pockets: difficult to access and use because, 1) they don't come far enough around the front, and 2) the pocket shape means the zipper requires two hands to close - my OMM 20 ltr pack doesn't have either of these design problems. - Bladder holder: doesn't work well with bladders from other manfacturers, because 1) the orange velcro tab is positioned too low down the back panel, 2) the tab is too wide to attach a standard Camelbak hook 3) the bladder pocket is doesn't offer any support so, combined with the two other design issues above, my Camelbak bladder kept falling out of position. It could work great with the Deuter bladders. OVERALL Well made but poor design lets this pack down - which is disappointing given the price tag. I'm sending mine back.

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    3 out of 5
    Build Quality: 5/5
    Performance: 2/5
    Value For Money: 2/5