Vaude Trail Light Older Water Carriers

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A lightweight and minimalist design highlight the Vaude Trail Light. But, just because its minimalist, doesn’t mean that it has minimal features! The Trail Light has a strap to carry your helmet, outer mesh pockets, rain cover, body contact suspension system and a hydration system. Your load stays secure on your back with a waist and sternum strap. Hit the trail and you’ll barely notice the Vaude Trail Light on your back!

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