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Overview

About Deuter Pace 30 Backpack

Closeouts. Built for adventure seekers who want to minimize weight, Deuter's Pace 30 backpack holds skis and backcountry gear comfortably without weighing you down.

  • Compression straps on sides hold skis vertically or in A-frame shape
  • Large front stretch pocket can easily handle a helmet or shell
  • Hydration system compatible (bladder not included)
  • Interior and exterior zip pockets on lid
  • Drawcord bungee gear loops
  • Adjustable mesh shoulder straps and waistbelt with zip pocket
  • Sternum strap with safety whistle
  • Fits torsos: One size fits most
  • Waistbelt: Adjusts to 48"
  • Dimensions: 22x11-1/2x9"
  • Capacity: 1850 cu.in.
  • Weight: 2 lb.
  • Material: HexLite 210 (210 denier ripstop nylon), ultratight weave 210 denier nylon
  • Made in Vietnam
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4.400000 5 Overall Rating: 4.4 Based on 5 reviews

Most Helpful 5-Star Review

Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jan Pavel from Virginia on Sunday, November 8, 2015
The back pack is lightweight and is ready for day and overnight hikes. It works well for traveling too.
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  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Jan Pavel from Virginia on Sunday, November 8, 2015
    The back pack is lightweight and is ready for day and overnight hikes. It works well for traveling too.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by geezer jock from missouri on Tuesday, January 13, 2015
    Holds my 70 meter rope quickdraws and shoes with room to spare.
  • Reviewed by Jo Jo from Connecticut on Tuesday, June 3, 2014
    Just an update of the previous review: I finally figured out how to keep gear in the helmet pocket if it is not a helmet--the pack has to be full. Then the clips on the pocket will pull tight enough to trap gear. Or, since I did not have enough to fill the pack (and it is roomy), I tightened the bottom compression strap (running it across the back) to essentially take away the bottom quarter of storage space. That seems to work.

    That picks the rating up to 4 stars, but not 5 because the back is not designed for hot weather--it sits right on your back. It has some foam with mesh over it in an apparent attempt to create some cooling, but not enough of an effect. This pack would work great fall through spring, but not in summer.
  • Reviewed by Jo Jo from Connecticut on Wednesday, May 21, 2014
    I ordered this to use walking the Camino de Santiago (think of it as dayhiking for a month, staying in hostels everynight). The pack is very lightweight and generally, I like it.. I have two concerns, however, they may result in it going back: 1) unlike other Deuter packs that pride themselves on keeping your back cool, I think this pack would be hot--it sits in full contact with your entire back; 2) the shove-it pocket is designed for helmets, and pretty much only helmets. I had hoped to keep rain gear in the pocket, but it is so open near the top that I think they would fall out if I was not very careful when putting on or taking off the pack. In short--I think this pack is great for climbing, but not so great (not horrible either, but not great) for other uses. I've ordered the Deuter Futura 28 and Osprey Stratos 24 to see if they will be worth the additional half pound.
  • Verified Buyer Reviewed by Frkk from Bgt,Col. on Wednesday, September 21, 2011
    Is amazing how light is this pack, full of necessary features for mountain sports (ski, climbing... Is very comfortable and looks prety good.
    • Best Uses: Mountain sports
    • Pros: Light strong backpack

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About Deuter

Deuter backpacks and hydration packs have set the industry standard for quality, durability and innovation since the company was founded in Germany more than 100 years ago. Deuter packs accompanied mountaineers on early Himalayan expeditions, and Deuter backpacks were used on the first successful climb of the north face of the Eiger in 1938. Deuter introduced the first bike-specific hydration pack in 1990. Today, Deuter backpacks and hydration packs are available in a variety of sizes and models, with many offering customizable suspension systems.