The Deuter Attack 20 is a mountain bike pack with an integrated back protector that defends your sensitive spine and shoulder blade areas from falls. Known as the Shield System, it consists of layers of viscoelastic foam and hard polyethylene plates which absorb the forces of a fall and help reduce injuries. The SC-1 foam at the heart of the system returns to its original shape after deformation, so it can be used again and again. Two layers of polyethylene offer additional protection against sharp or pointed objects, while soft foam pads next to skin ensure carrying comfort.
Feature list from Deuter:
- TÜV tested and CE certified PSA back system made of visco-elastic SC1 foam
- snug fit due to extra wide fins on waist belt
- carrying system with ventilation channel and state-of-the-art shock absorption
- arched back system for a comfortable fit when in riding position
- universal Hyperlon attachment flaps for protectors
- detachable full-face helmet holder
- stretch side pockets
- spacious inner mesh pocket
- separate hydration system pocket can be accessed from the outside; tube attachments on both shoulder straps
- front pocket with great organisation including three mesh pockets for tools, first aid kit etc.
- chest strap
- reflective loop for Safety Blink
- compression straps.
- The Attack 20 offers full TÜV/CE approved protection for a back length of 44-54 cm.
Weight: 3lbs 13oz / 1720g
Volume: 1220in3 / 20 liters
- 22 / 11 / 8.7 (H x W x D) Inch
- 56 / 28 / 22 (H x W x D) cm
Deuter (DOY-ter) is the leading backpack brand in Germany and Europe, and one of the longest-running brands of any sort in the outdoor industry. Founded by Hans Deuter in 1898, Deuter began its life supplying mailbags and postman sacks to the Bavarian Royal Mail. By 1910, Deuter was providing a variety of backpacks, knapsacks, satchels, and tents to the military in advance of World War I. Deuter packs were used on the North Face of the Eiger during the first ascent in 1938, and on the first ascent of Nanga Parbat by Hermann Buhls in 1953. They introduced the very first line of nylon backpacks in 1968. Deuter’s leadership in the backpack market and commitment to innovation continues to this day.
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