Deuter Race EXP Air Backpack

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Deuter Race EXP Air Backpack
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The Deuter Race EXP Air is an expandable biking hydration pack to fit all your gear, yet not weigh you down.
Aircomfort back system keeps this pack comfortable and well-vented.
Suspended mesh back panel provides active ventilation so hot air escapes freely from three sides.
Durable spring steel frame is flexible and light, tensioning the mesh.
Mesh shoulder straps.
Sternum strap and hip buckle add stability.
Safety blink loop and 3M reflectors on front, sides and back keep you safe during dawn, dusk and night adventures.
3 liter Streamer hydration reservoir included.
Stow-away helmet holder.
Mesh side pockets and front pocket with zipped valuables pocket keep you organized.
Integrated, removable rain cover makes this an all-weather companion.
The Race EXP Air has it all when it comes to bicycle backpacks - take it on your next ride!

Frame:

  • Durable spring steel wire X-frame gives tension to the mesh back panel and always pops back into place

Hipbelt:

  • AirComfort FlexLite system features shoulder straps, hipbelt, back panel, and frame that stabilizes and stays dry, cool, and comfortable on those epic rides or hikes

Weather and Wind:

  • Integrated, detachable rain cover keeps your gear dry in a storm

Zippers:

  • Small zippered pocket secures valuables during your activity; two mesh side pockets hold frequent-use gear

Fabric:

  • HexLite 210 and microrip nylon fabrics endure years of wear and tear

Padding:

  • Padded, anatomically shaped shoulder straps with 3D-AirMesh cover, ventilation hip pads, and AriComfort sweat-reducing ventilated back keep you cool, dry, and comfy on your hike or ride
  • Sternum strap and padded, mesh hipbelt stabilize the pack
  • Ventilation hip pads allow the back system to rest comfortably against the back

Ventilation:

  • AirComfort ventilated back system reduces perspiration by 25%

Hydration:

  • Three-liter reservoir included for all-day hydration

Features:

  • Expandable main compartment gives an ample 10-pound carrying capacity for gear and goodies
  • 3M reflector loop adds visibility in low light
  • Stowaway helmet holder gives your head a break during a mellow climb
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FEATURES of the Deuter Race EXP Air Pack.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Deuter Race EXP Air Pack.

Backcountry.com (Spring 2014)

Go long, ride hard, hike fast, and sweat less? Yes, when you strap on the Deuter Race EXP Air Backpack, with the AirComfort FlexLite back system that harnesses your load in padded, stabilized comfort and provides sweat-reducing ventilation and mesh. Its steel wire X-frame keeps everything in sturdy shape, and the three-liter reservoir keeps you hydrated and happy. It even has a rain cover, for those surprise showers. 


Campsaver.com

The Race EXP Air from Deuter has it all: expandable main compartment, built-in rain cover, stowaway helmet holder, room for gear,and the Aircomfort back system. Suggested for day hikes and 2+ hour rides on singletrack and cross-country.

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Backpack Features:Hydration Compatible, Hydration Reservoir Included, Included Rain Cover, Top Loader
Backpack Style:Technical Daypack
Capacity:730-900cu in / 12-15 L
Carry Capacity:10 lbs / 4.5 kg
Color:Black/White
Dimension:(H x W x D)
Dimensions (in):19 H x 11 W x 6 D , (cm)
Hydration Bladder Included:3L
Hydration Compatible:Yes
Laptop Sleeve:None
Material:Ripstop-Nylon
Materials:Hexlite 210/Microrip-Nylon, lightweight nylon with a 210 denier rating, and a 210 denier fabric with strong ripstop threads and PU coating
Max Load Capacity:10 lb / 4.5 kg
Pack Size:0-999 cu in
System:Aircomfort
Torso:One Size
Volume:730-900 cubic inches / 12-15 liter
Weight:2 lbs 2 oz / 0.95 kg (includes rain cover)
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Deuter Race EXP Air Backpack Review:

Reviews:

I'm an avid, veteran mountain biker and recently discovered road cycling. I own this pack, as well as an osprey raptor 18 and a camelbak luxe (not sure of model name -- won it in a race). I highly recommend this pack, for the following reasons:
1) the aircomfort flex light system is a winner. Both the osprey and the camelbak are sweat sponges and they make me too hot. after a few multi-hour rides, the osprey and camelbak get disgustingly funky. Not the deuter.
2) while the quality of the osprey zippers and fabrics are excellent, the camelbak is cheesy. The deuter is right up there with the osprey.
3) the deuter reservoir, bite valve, and hose:reservoir connector are markedly superior. The osprey is a close second and the camelbak is embarrassingly bad by comparison. I like the magnet that keeps the osprey's bite valve close to your mouth, but the absence of this feature on the deuter isn't a big flaw.
4) the deuter's helmet attachment is simpler and more flexible than the osprey's, accommodating either a full-face or an xc race helmet. No chance of getting a full-face onto the osprey.
I can fit knee and elbow pads, tube and patch kit, first aid kit and gopro in the deuter with a full water reservoir without expanding its capacity via the clever zip-to-expand feature. Or, when I do my 45 mile road bike commute, it easily fits MacBook Air 11" in the hydration sleeve, clothes, and dob kit. After those rides when the pack sits next to my desk at work, I especially appreciate that it doesn't sponge up all my sweat like the osprey and camelbak do.
I owned a previous deuter hydration pack for 12 years and sold it to upgrade to this for expandable capacity. It was rock solid reliable and this one has been too. Give this pack a close look. I am clearly a big fan.

Will Aldrich at Backcountry.com on 06/23/2013