The Cobra 60 Backpack from The North Face can comfortably haul so much gear, your only problem will be convincing your buddies to take their fair share. An internal removable framesheet provides excellent support when you're taking on extended trips that call for a hefty load. The framesheet can be stripped off, along with the hip belt padding and top lid, to create a summit- or ski-pack for use on your trip. The Cordura outer fabric is extremely durable, which is great when you're staring at the potential to send you and your bag for a good ride. To help store everything you need on your next expedition, The North Face added a variety of special pockets including a stowable helmet carry, an oversized crampon pocket, wand pockets, and hip belt pockets. Other storage options on this pack include an easy-to-use ski carry, sled drag clips, a tool loop on the hip belt, lash points, as well as a rope-carry system to keep the strands out of your way.
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