Deuter Bike: Trans Alpine


A new favorite for the Transalp... or other places!

For several years, the Trans Alpine has been THE most popular bike backpack. It's not just ideal for the Transalp, but for many other day trips or after-work rides. So why change a winning team? Deuter dared the unthinkable – and the mountain bike community is grateful! The all-rounder just got sleeker, fresher, and more versatile.

Thanks to its luxurious carrying comfort, the Trans Alpine will become a lasting favorite.

Being a true Deuter backpack, the redesigned Trans Alpine's most striking feature is its sophisticated back system. The Airstripes significantly reduce the body contact areas, permitting free air circulation across more than 80% of the user's back. However, the backpack guarantees a snug fit and won’t shift on the most rugged single trails. Flexible aluminum rails adapt perfectly to the user's back, and the well ventilated, tight-fitting mesh hip wings offer additional stability.

From now on, three different zones of textile covers will provide extraordinary comfort: shoulder straps with an extra soft material, airy back padding, and a smooth surface around the waist. This will ensure that you won't despair or suffer from chafing when you carry your equipment across the Alps.

As a true favorite, the Trans Alpine also scores with valuable details such as the new, stowable helmet holder, which can also be used for other gear or snacks. Additional functional compartments for maps and cell phone are easy to reach. Tools and first aid kit are best kept in the easy-to-reach front organizer. Oh, and by the way – the brand new Trans Alpine looks a lot leaner and trendier. Simply to fall in love with. And it will definitely continue to be a loyal Transalp companion – or wherever you want to go.

The Trans Alpine models are available with 24 or 30 liters, 28 liters (women’s SL version), and 32 liters (EL version with extra long back).

 

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