The North Face Banchee 65 Backpack sets the standard in backpacking comfort and high-mileage efficiency with robust load stabilization and harmonious gear organization within a lightweight design. The Banchee 65 offers plentiful storage for multi-day excursions where you'll be responsible for packing everything in and out. Eight total pockets include a cavernous main compartment, breathable beavertail pocket for wet gear, separate sleeping bag divider, multiple tool keepers, and zippered hip belt pockets. Bolstering heavy loads while conforming to your body, the OptiFit suspension and dynamic aluminum frame make easy work of backpacking long distances. The OptiFit suspension is comprised of an adjustable thoracic carriage (i. e. slides to fit your back size), custom hip strap adjustments, and a trampoline-style back panel for airflow. The perforated foam shoulder straps and hipbelt maintain a well-cushioned feel without soaking you in perspiration on the trail.
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