>> Tuesday, November 24, 2009

The new Deuter Compact EXP 12 SL Backpack is a fine all-rounder.

The new Compact bike range is an illustrious assortment of all-rounders. On longer rides they offer top quality functionality. The stretch mesh pocket or helmet flap offers extra storage and with the EXP 12, the side compression straps can be used to store protective pads. [1] When it comes to an extended day trip, then abracadabra, you can expand it and get more into the main compartment. The stylish design and functional material are just th e ticket. The Compact EXP 6 SL has specific women’s SL straps and mesh SL hip fins to suit women bikers.

The EXP 12 is the perfect long-ride pack with plenty of space for food, gear, and water. Suggested for 2+ hour rides on singletrack, downhill, and cross-country.

On longer rides, it offers top-quality functionality with the stretch mesh pocket or helmet flap offering extra storage.


  • Mesh shoulder straps, mesh hip fins with two zipped mesh pockets and Airstripes back system for all-round ventilation
  • Hydration system compatible with bladder compartment, Velcro sealed tube channels and mouthpiece holder
  • Bike pump compartment
  • 3M reflectors at the front, sides and back
  • Two zipped front pockets
  • Stretch mesh compartment for jacket or helmet
  • Stow-away helmet flap and rain cover
  • Weight: 800 g
  • Capacity: 12 + 2 L
  • Dimensions: 46 x 22 x 18 cm
Style: 32199
Volume: 700-850 cubic inches
Torso: One Size inches
Weight: 1 lb. 15 oz. + 6 oz.
Dimensions (HxWxD): 18 x 9 x 6-8 inches
System: Airstripes
Materials: HexLite 210 / Super-Polytex


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