Deuter Family: Gogo XS and Waldfuchs 14

Kids rejoice! A new pack for the city and the outdoors

Finally! Deuter's Gogo, THE ultimate day pack, is now also available for children age five and up. By the backpack specialist's tradition, the Gogo features a highquality back system: Airstripes ensure great ventilation. With the Gogo XS, small adventurers enjoy the very same style and functionality as their parents do when traveling, hiking, or exploring the city. And there's also great news for those true children of nature: Deuter's Waldfuchs just had a big brother: the kindergarten pack has stood the test for many years, recommended by and developed in cooperation with the Bavarian State Forest and Wildlife Kindergarten Association. For those requiring a larger and more robust companion, Deuter introduces the Waldfuchs 14.

They will love it! Why? Simply because their parents love it, too. The Gogo is an absolute classic. And Deuter has now adapted this well-established daypack for children age five and up. The kids will undoubtedly love the pack’s fresh colors and sleek design from the very first moment. And the Gogo XS' functional details will make it a long-lasting favorite.

The two-way arched zipper allows easy access to the main compartment, which also features a wet laundry pocket.

To be a true backpack for wildlife kindergarten kids, it has to be robust. For many years, the Waldfuchs has proven that it can take a beating. And Deuter wouldn't be THE backpack specialist if they didn't bring all of their strength into play: The back is comfortably cushioned, and the shoulder straps are softly rounded off. No pinching or chafing. Bigger adventurers are treated with a larger Waldfuchs, now also available in a 14-liter size. It's capable of everything the smaller version offers – and more: Being a real outdoor pack, it comes with an integrated rain cover and stands on a water-repellent, reinforced bottom.


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