Current outdoor clothing summer 2016

Get a bright and fresh start into summer Tatonka’s current clothing collection

Tatonka not just stands for high-quality outdoor equipment, but also for modern and functional apparel. Whether for everyday life or for the next outdoor tour: in our latest collection you can find light summer-jackets, stylish blouses and casual shirts – the perfect way to enjoy the warm season.

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Our outdoor products are designed in Dasing near Augsburg, produced in Vietnam - and sold around the world. We currently serve over 35 countries with our range. With our Dealer Locator you can find many Tatonka dealers in your area.

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Find the perfect equipment for summer - we offer features for hiking tours, travels or excursions with the family.

Get inspired and delighted by our functional and dynamic products.

Hiking Backpack Strom 30

If you are looking for a light and spacious hiking backpack you will love the good-looking Storm 30. It offers enough space for everything you need on an extensive hiking tour and due to the ventilated carrying system X Vent Zero you won’t work up a sweat. Furthermore, it provides useful features and a high level of carrying comfort.

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Travel Bag Barrel L

The huge travel bag Barrel L is perfectly suited for a one to two weeks journey as it offers 85 liters of packing volume. Thanks to the integrated backpack straps it can be converted into a backpack and due to the resilient truck tarpaulin material it is easy to clean and very durable. Barrel L can quickly be packed through the spacious sipper opening.

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Children’s Backpack Alpine Kid

Due to its padded carrying system the light kindergarten backpack Alpine Kid matches the backs of 3 to 5 year old kids and can be fixated with a height-adjustable cheat belt. The integrated Tatonki key holder is also a bag for little treasures and thanks to the reflector stripes the offspring is always well visible.

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