I’m also here today to steer you in a positive direction, so you can avoid the troubles I experienced, and can move forward with your travels with confidence. When you’re planning for an extended backpacking trip, you have to worry about the comfort and fit of the pack, the space, the features, and the weight, but above all else, you need to make sure that you can live out of a single pack and can comfortably carry it with all of its contents inside. It’s easy to overload yourself, because everything can seem like a necessity in the moment of packing, but it’s always best to put some thorough thought into it. Click here for some of my travel planning guides that are sure to help!
I’m going to explain some of the pack’s features, while I also talk you into why this is a great rucksack for backpackers… For starters, the AirContact PRO uses a V-shape multi-chamber setup to direct weight to your hips rather than your back while the padding helps fit the pack to your body, which lessens back, neck and shoulder issues by redistributing the weight; but that’s not all, as the padding and materials used are made of a foam 3D AirMesh that wicks away warmth and moisture, making this backpack ideal for hot weather. There are traditional shoulder straps, as well as thick hip straps that assist in the delegation of weight, as well as sternum straps to also assist.
Overall, I found the Deuter AirContact PRO pack to be very well-made, well thought out, made of quality materials and loaded with all sorts of perks, add-ons and ergonomically positive features that will make any trip easier. You don’t want to go through the motions of planning a trip, and packing a bag, only to get there and find that you didn’t quite think this through. Be prepared by planning ahead. Never skimp on what matters most! For a complete rundown of the AirContact PRO Pack’s features, click here. Deuter has taken the mystery out of buying their rucksacks, offering breakdowns of every feature their packs include, along with a video!
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Article written by Brandon Scott / Forest photos by Brandon Scott / Product photo by © Deuter.