SPORT - EDITORIAL
Deuter Hiking Backpacks
SPORT - EDITORIAL
by Mehmet Kaplan
The hiking backpacks are not designed for good days, but are designed to carry all the equipment you may need in case of adverse conditions. Hiking backpacks must be designed with all the hiker needs in mind, and it is important that the company has enough experience to do so. Deuter is a brand that has accumulated this experience since its establishment in 1898 and reflects them to the products it designs.
Deuter had specialized in tent manufacturing in the early years, but the brand made a great expansion in 1910, which included backpacks. Backpacks produced by using the latest technologies of the period have been the choice of climbers who climbed the most dangerous and high mountains of the world for years. With feedback from these climbers, Deuter has been able to develop raw materials that will improve their products and to add new design details and functions.
Introduced in the 1930s, the TAUERN backpacks became one of the backpacks that set the standards in the market and responded to the needs of its users on very demanding routes. Deuter's backpacks proved themselves with the Nanga Parbat and the North Face of the Eiger climbs.
In 1968, Deuter introduced innovation that brought the end of the era of canvas and leather backpacks, and the brand launched the first nylon backpacks on the market. Deuter's product development process has been continuing uninterruptedly. Deuter continues to meet the needs of professional athletes and outdoor enthusiasts of all levels with backpacks and equipment designed specifically for all kinds of outdoor activities.
Hiking backpacks are also one of Deuter's areas of expertise, and it is a passion for this brand to design hiking backpacks that are suitable for human body ergonomics. Back supports, air circulation back, lightweight, and functional pockets are common features of Deuter hiking backpacks. We've put together some of the best Deuter hiking backpacks, and let's have a look together.
All photos courtesy of Deuter.