Trans Alpine 30
Our all-rounder has rediscovered itself! More streamlined, more modern and much more adaptable, the Trans Alpine now joins us on tour. The front mesh compartment stows not only a helmet but also equipment, shopping and much more. The mobile pocket is easily accessible without having to take off the backpack. Large zipper openings make the front and bottom pocket extremely accessible and the organiser pockets ensure you always have an overview. The Trans Alpine has been a favourite for years thanks to the high level of carrying comfort with the three-zone cover on the back and the compact fit provided by the hip fins that are set deep inside.
|Dimensions:||54 / 28 / 24 (L x W x D) cm|
Highlights of Trans Alpine 30
Outer pockets (3)
Adjustable sternum belt
Inner compartment for valuables
Elasticated inner compartment
Compatible with 3.0 litre drinking system/bag
Rear light loop
Pull-forward hip fins
MOUNTAINBIKE “value for money TIP” 06/18
Trans Alpine 30 as value for money tip
In the 06/18 edition, MOUNTAINBIKE magazine tested 10 Alpencross backpacks. The Deuter Trans Alpine 30 was nominated as its value for money tip.
“Conclusion: The Alpencross backpack classic is far from yesteryear. Features such as the thickly padded shoulder straps and the adjustable back section illustrate the maturity of this item. The carrying comfort is as high as you would expect, just the fit on technical trail descents should be tighter. The layout of the compartments strikes the right balance between organisation and visibility, the carry system makes it a bit heavy.”
Test result: Very good / 81 points
- * D stands for denier. This describes the yarn weight. 600D corresponds to 600 grams per 9000 meters.
- * PES stands for polyester. PES fibres are very tear and abrasion resistant and hardly absorb moisture.
- * PA stands for polyamide. PA fibres are extremely durable and abrasion-resistant. They are also characterized by high elasticity and low weight.