Just like an adult backpack, the Fox is fitted with thoughtful details and features you would find in a Deuter trekking backpack and is at the ready, to accompany the junior adventurers on any mission. The new technical design makes it even more grown-up. Plus, the carrying system grows with the kids: its Vari-Quick shoulder harness can be quickly adapted to growing back lengths.
Feature list from Deuter:
- Alpine back system
- Vari-Quick System
- Ice axe/ trekking pole straps
- side bellows pockets
- side compression straps
- zipped pocket on the lid
- valuables pocket under the lid
- “D-Rings” on the lid
- additional access to the main compartment via the bottom opening
- Pull-Forward hip adjustors, easier to tension
- gear loops on the hip fins
- chest strap with emergency whistle
- shoulder straps with Soft-Edge edges
- hydration system compatible.
Deuter 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.