The North Face Banchee 50L Backpack - Women's

The North Face Banchee 50L Backpack - Women's
The North Face Banchee 50L Backpack - Women's
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Banchee 50L Backpack - Women's by The North Face
Delivering the roomy storage and fine-tuned support desired for weekend backpacking trips and minimalist backcountry missions, The North Face Women's Banchee 50 Backpack offers eight-plus pockets, an adjustable Opt-Fit suspension system, and a dynamic aluminum frame for bolstering heavy loads up to 45-pounds. Its top-loading main compartment provides ample room for all your clothes, camping gear, and backpacking food, with external-access pockets for multi-use tools, energy snacks, and other trail necessities. The breathable beaver-tail pocket provides well-ventilated storage space so wet gear can dry out while you're on the move. Other key features include hip belt pockets, tool-attachment points, as well as lower compression straps for reducing overall bulk.

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SKU: TNF036T
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