Ditch the crowded confines of concrete buildings and grid-locked traffic for the peaceful solitude of expansive wilderness areas with The North Face Banchee 50 Backpack. This lightweight pack is just what you're seeking for overnight trips and minimalist weekends, carrying the essentials without weighing you down with excess bulk. The dynamic aluminum frame bolsters heavy loads, complete with a fully adjustable OptiFit suspension that tailors its fit to your body size. Breathable padded straps and hip belt provide plush padding, without creating pressure points or soaking you in excess perspiration. This 50-liter pack features a top-loading design for easily packing and accessing items inside. The breathable beaver-tail pocket is a great feature for stashing wet outerwear without funky mildew build-up in wet climates. Zippered hip belt pockets are ideal for quickly grabbing snacks on the trail without having to dig endlessly inside the pack. Two external tool keepers come in handy for a wide variety of backpacking items, ranging from your folding camp stove to favorite beanie.
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