Eagle Creek Deviate 60L Travel Backpack

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Features of the Eagle Creek Men's Deviate 60L Travel Pack Fixed FlexFlo Suspension System Molded polycarbonate framesheet for ultra-light carry and extreme durability Contoured moisture-wicking Air Mesh padded back panel, shoulder straps, and hip belt for a comfortable Fit Sternum strap with safety whistle Large panel load opening for easy access to main compartment Compressible, stowable Check-In Fly serves as a rain cover and transforms to a check-in duffel bag with lockable zipper for added security when checked 3L hydration bladder compartment with elastic loop on shoulder strap for securing hose Lockable hood compartment with internal hidden security pocket Lockable zippers on main compartment with reflective pulls Central Locking Point locks main compartment and hood External compression straps help to stabilize load and provide multiple gear attachment points Side mesh pockets for quick grab Items Integrates with Eagle Creek's Pack-It System All Ways Secure Anti-Theft: Lockable, self-repairing zippers on main compartment, plus an RFID Blocker pocket for ID protection Digital Safe-Zone: Padded, e-fleece electronics pocket Personal Safety: Reflective accents for dusk and nighttime visibility Moisture-wicking Air Mesh backpack straps Bottoms Up Compression to synch and control contents Zippered front pocket for quick stash Items Quick reattachment to main pack using color-coded webbing loops

- Moosejaw refers to the men's version

A 45-liter travel pack with a 15-liter clip-on daypack, the Eagle Creek Deviate 60L has FlexFlo suspension for a light, flexible carry, and a Check-in Fly for rain and checked-luggage protection.

- REI refers to the men's version

While most people like to relax on beaches for their vacations, you'd rather be thru-hiking the Muir trail or backpacking across Europe. However you choose to stray from the beaten path, do it with the help of the Eagle Creek Men's Deviate 60L Travel Backpack. It has a large main pack with tons of features to help you manage your load, and it also has a smaller zip-off modular backpack for day hikes or trips into town. Tough fabrics help the Deviate withstand the rigors of life on the road (or trail), and the FlexFlo suspension system features a molded polycarbonate framesheet that helps your bag maintain its shape without tacking on a ton of weight. Compression straps help balance the load and keep things securely in place. A three-liter hydration compartment keeps water handy on long treks, and the Air Mesh shoulder straps, back panel, and waist belt allow for cool and comfortable carrying. It's also equipped with a Check-In Fly that serves as a rain cover when you get caught in a downpour and also doubles as a zippered duffel bag in case you come back from your trip with more stuff than you started with. The zip-off modular backpack is perfect for when you don't need to lug around your entire pack while exploring a nearby peak or seeing the sights in the city. It has a padded electronics pocket to keep your phone or tablet safe and sound, and the RFID Blocker pocket prevents identity theft for your security. Reflective accents make you more visible at night, and color-coded webbing loops make it easy to reattach to the main pack when it's time to get moving again.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

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- CampSaver.com refers to the men's version

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previously retailed for:
$75.00 - $239.00

The Eagle Creek Deviate 60L Travel Backpack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 12, 2019 at Moosejaw.

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