It sure would be handy to be able to swing your suitcase over your shoulder when the streets are crowded right? Clearly, Deuter thought the same which is why they came out with the Transit 65. This opens up like a suitcase so it’s easy to pack and has a back system for easy transport – so you’ve got the best of both worlds.
Need to make it to the train station on time? No worries, the back of the Deuter Transit 40 unzips to reveal a back system so you can move your gear quickly in transit. The back system is adjustable and features padded mesh straps and stable aluminium frame and contoured hip belt for comfort and support when you’re lugging your load around.
The Transit 65 also comes with two grab handles and a detachable padded carry strap, so you’ll be able to lug your gear around with ease, no matter what situation you’re in. The main compartment has a U-shaped zip so you can open your pack up and have full access to all your stuff while the compression straps keep everything in its right place. Any dirty or wet clothes can be neatly stowed underneath in the separate bottom compartment. When you’re out and about in the day, just chuck your essentials on in the detachable day pack for a day out exploring.
When you’re jet-lagged or late for a flight, the last thing you want is to not be able to get you and your gear to your destination on time. Save yourself the stress and get an easy to use and carry travel pack like the Transit 65 by Deuter.
I was wondering how water resistant this fabric was and/or whether it comes with a rain cover?
I've just had a look at Deuter's website, and it says that this fabric does have a PU coating which means it will offer some water resistance, but it wouldn't be waterproof as it isn't seam sealed and the zips are exposed.
I've also checked our stock downstairs and it doesn't come with a rain cover included. I hope this was helpful, David.
Hi, Heading to Nepal for a couple of weeks and need to buy a bag for my wife. Not doing any serious trekking just might get lumped with our bag for a half day every now and then. Which bag do u suggest. Is Deuter better quality?
I've just had a look at both the Deuter Transit 65 Travel Pack and the Black Wolf Cedar Breaks Travel Pack. A couple of things worth noting between the two. The Black Wolf has a larger day pack (25L compared to 12L), which may come in handy. The Black Wolf also has a couple of locks that you can use to lock the zips. The Deuter is almost a whole kilo lighter, which will definitely be noticeable for you! Both come with limited lifetime warranties.
Hi Snowys Team, can you please tell me how many litres the daypack on this one is? Thanks!
I can't find where Deuter have listed the capacity for the day pack anywhere, however, I have gone and looked at the display stock and my guess would be that it's roughly a 10L capacity.
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