Whether you're pitching a bivvy on your favorite peak for the evening or hiking ten miles to perform an aquatic inventory of a remote lake, The North Face Banchee 35 Backpack has you covered with its ingenious organization and adjustable suspension. It's just large enough for minimalist overnight trips where efficiency is paramount, also fulfilling the requirements of grueling day hikes where loads of gear are necessary. The OptiFit suspension dials in the fit to your exact torso length, eliminating the painful ordeal of carrying an ill-fitting pack across rugged terrain. The top-loading design allows for easy loading of larger items, complemented by a breathable beavertail that's great for stuffing wet outerwear. Side compression straps keep carrying bulk to a minimum and zippered hip belt pockets allow you to grab snacks on the move. It's compatible with hydration reservoirs (not included) and carries trekking poles when they're not in use.
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