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Founded in 1898, Deuter began by constructing mailbags for the Bavarian Royal Mail. A few years later they expanded to constructing their first ever satchels, backpacks, and knapsacks which still continue on to this day. In 1968, Deuter began the first company to use Nylon as their propriatory fabric in their rucksacks, later becoming the norm. Soon after, Deuter became the market leader in backpacks, suitcases and bags in Germany, later on becoming one of the largest in the world.

Fast forward to today, Deuter are one of the largest pack companies in the world and continue to make innovative strides in carrying comfort. 


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