Deuter Climber 22 Backpack

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Regular price $148.49


Your adventurous child likes to play in alpine terrain? Then the new Climber is just the right one.

The Climber is the perfect companion for children from the age of six for exciting excursions in the mountains: it sits close and securely on the body.
In addition, the Climber adapts flexibly to every movement and offers plenty of room for the little ones to move.

Compact hip fins
Adjustable sternum belt
Load adjustment straps
Ice Axe Attachment
Walking pole holder
Lid compartment
Attachment loops for the helmet holder
Compatible with 2.0 litre drinking system/bag
Inside compartment to keep your valuables safe
Elasticated inner compartment for storing wet/sweaty clothing, water reservoir, etc.
Two side outer pockets
SOS label
PFC free

Deuter Alpine Back System:
For a comfortable yet secure fit over difficult terrain. Softstripe pads adapt to the wearers back, providing a close, reliable fit with every movement.
Active-Fit Shoulder Straps have an ergonomic shape designed to follow the shoulder and neck contours for no chafing or rubbing.
Pivoting Vari-Flex Hip Fins follow the body's movements keeping the weight close to the centre of gravity.

210D PA Ripstop
The tightly woven 210 denier polyamide fabric is the ideal
combination of high strength and low weight.

Weight: 680g
Volume: 22L
Dimensions: 58 / 24 / 18 (L / W / D)cm

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Reviewed by Claire D.
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Rated 4 out of 5
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Good quality and light

It's tough to find a decent little kids tramping pack in NZ.

My daughter is 6 and in the 50th percentile for height, this pack is still a bit long on her. It's not adjustable.

Smaller lighter and a better fit than the torlesse jr (way too massive) and cheaper than the Osprey (not than I could find one in NZ big enough for a sleeping bag but not too big a load for her).

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