Reviews Summary

100% of the Deuter Rise reviews are good or excellent!

Excellent (50%)
Good (50%)
Average (0%)
Poor (0%)
Bad (0%)

Here's what the reviewers think about the Deuter Rise:

Reviewers like these things about the Deuter Rise

  • Most users said that they use this for travel, winter camping, and climbing.
  • Many other users said that it's exactly what they wanted for a winter pack.
  • Most of them loved that you can put your snowshoes on the back.
  • Some users said that it has loads of interior space, plus deep pockets.
  • Some other users said that they also like the pocket on the hip strap.
  • Reviewers said that the zippered back is great for quick access and traveling.
  • Reviewers also said that It has so many great features.
  • Most buyers said that their snowshoes are securely held and easily attached to the front of the bag,.
  • Buyers said that they can add or remove their ice ax without removing the snowshoes.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • One user said that the bag should have a strap to help hold water bottle in the side compartment.
  • Another user said that he would have liked smaller external pockets.


Crowdsourced specs across all Deuter Rise models and sizes:

Weight iconWeight2.1-2.9 oz (1-1.3 kg)
Length iconLength18-25 in (46-64 cm)
Width9-10 in (23-25 cm)
Height9-14 in (23-36 cm)

The bag is recommended for these activities:


Feature Summary

Many sources mention these Deuter Rise features:
  • Sternum strap
  • Hip belt
  • Ice axe/trekking pole loops

Actual features depends on the model, so check the features before you buy.

Selected Reviews

Backcountry Skiing Canada

This pack is a crowd pleaser due to is diverse features, there is nothing particularly innovative in it's design but it would make a versatile and durable workhorse.

Posted 5 May 2011 by Marian - Read full review

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