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The Deuter Trans Alpine 30 Pack is a biking pack for road and mountain rides alike. From the panel loading main compartment to the bottom compartment, this pack comes with loads of surprises. Carry your stuff to work or pile in snacks and layers for a trip on the trails. A secret spot for your smartphone at the backpanel, a compatible sleeve section just for a hydration reservoir (2L or 3L, NOT included), a wet pocket and even a sitting mat for taking a rest.
Please note that a bladder is NOT included with this pack.
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Deuter Airstripes System
Designed with bikers in mind, the Airstripes system features two contoured, air-channelled foam profiles that are covered with a highly breathable Wide AirMesh lining. The reduced contact surface allows for increased fresh air flow, and the secure fit keeps the pack load close to the body to avoid throwing off the rider's balance. Airstripes provides free air circulation over 80% of the back, while still providing a comfortable, compact fit on your roughest rides.
Rated 5 out of
Joseph Anthony Ezzie Jr from
I put this pack to the testI bought this pack about 3 years ago. In three years, this pack has seen significantly more use than most people could put a pack through in 6 years. I am a Union Electrician so most days I carry home LITERALLY 30 lbs of scrap CAT6 cable in my TransAlpine. As well as my keys, phone charger, batteries, sharp tools. I have majorly over-packed this bag to the point that Ive had to fight and stretch to get the zipper shut. Now, I will say, I broke 2 zippers in the last 3 weeks (which is why I am looking for a new pack) but my God, I cant believe it didnt happen sooner. I pushed this thing to infinity and beyond. The fact that it has held up this long against my abuse is miraculous. I do not drive, I bike everywhere. I bike to do my grocery shopping and routinely carry 20-40 lbs of groceries home in this bag (that is NOT an exaggeration)
The one pro and single con in particular I would like to point are these.
The straps you use to adjust the height of the pack seem to have worn over time, though I never adjust them. The factory edge on the plastic has a 'sharp' ridge on it. My best guess is that over time the rubbing of the strap against the plastic sawd through the strap. Not all the way through though. So, it is still functional. Not a good enough reason not to buy this pack.
The pro, the best pro of allll time.
The denier fabric of the bag is incredibly tough. Up until one freak mindless accident (all my fault) it had never sustained any rips. What happened was I put the bag in my washing machine. I decided to put the bag open over the center fin of the washing machine (the part that spins). When it finally went through the spin cycle, the speed of the rotation along with how I hung the bag, tore a millimeter wide by 2 inch long gash at the bottom of the pack. The reason this is a pro is that the hole is over a year old and HAS NEVER gotten any larger. Which in my opinion, is unbelievable. The gash was my honest mistake. I thought that incident was going to be the end for my Trans Alpine but it held up. So when Deuter says high denier or rip-stop, they mean it.
So anyways. Just wanted to give an honest review for a good product. Im looking at Osprey packs (which Ive never owned) but Ill most likely purchase another Trans Alpine tonight.
I hope my long winded review was helpful to someone.
Date published: 2017-07-18
Rated 5 out of
Great all-purpose bagI've needed a universal bag for traveling. I do photography love hiking and occasionally travel with my 15" laptop. So, I had very tough creteria for the bag:
1) Waist belt - to remove pressure from shoulders - the bag can weight quiet a lot because of the camera gear
2) Separate pocket for the laptop
3) Different sections to organise clothes, camera gear, toiletries
4) External straps - to attach a tripod
5) Look not very big and not very outorsy, so I can take it to the office occasionally
The most difficult was to have 1, 2 and 5 mix in a single bag. and this one does it! Awesome - literally, I spent 2 years finding the replacement to my Deuter Gigant, that I had for 12 years already. Bonus point for being very good at my back during bicycle riding!
Date published: 2020-05-04
Rated 5 out of
A great bike touring packA roomy and comfortable pack for extended trips. Used it mostly for the rain gear, camera gear and electronics on a 5 day wine tasting trip through Bordeaux, so I could carry the valuables with me while touring and tasting while the dirty laundry was in panniers on the bike. The pack was very comfortable and stable while both walking an riding. Fully loaded it also fits under an airline seat.
Date published: 2018-07-09
Rated 5 out of
Great pack for minimalist travel[This review was collected as part of a promotion.] I like to travel very light--carry-on only. When fully expanded this pack is the perfect size, yet is legally carry-on. It looks to be well made and has lots of additional features from the pack it replaces. While it is not ultra light weight, the material looks durable enough for some adventure travel.
Date published: 2019-06-11
Rated 3 out of
Broken feature: Smartphone pocketThere is no quick access to the smartphone pocket anymore. In the current version (August 2018) it has moved deeper inside the backpack but the zip are as close to your back as before. Having a notebook loaded in the hydration system slot will block access to the smartphone pocket.
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Deuter Men's Packs
Deuter technical and backpacking packs are offered in One Size for each volume, and feature an adjustable torso range. Please check the PRODUCT FEATURES and / or SPECIFICATIONS for the torso range measurements of a pack, and follow the steps below to determine your torso size.
Deuter hipbelts are adjustable to accommodate most any wearer.
HOW to MEASURE TORSO SIZE 1. Put your chin to your chest and feel for the big bone protruding on your neck at the top of your spine. That's the C7 vertebra.
2. Feel your hip bone, the top part of this is your iliac crest. Find the spot on your back that is level with the top of this crest.
3. Have someone measure the distance between these two points, following the contours of your spine.