Escape the confines of the city for peaceful vistas of alpine meadows, old-growth forests, and open deserts with The North Face Women's Drift 65 Backpack. This 65-liter pack carries everything you need for backpacking trips ranging from long weekends to multi-day excursions. Its lightweight design maximizes your trail efficiency when you're trekking to your evening outpost some 15 miles away. For shorter trips where the full-sized pack isn't needed, the removable sack pack comes in handy for exploring the campsite's surroundings or going for a swim at the lake. The Drift 65's top-loading design facilitates cavernous storage for all of your gear and outerwear, with a dedicated sleeping bag compartment for easy-access. Twelve total pockets harmoniously organize all of your trekking gear close at hand, with the ability to externally cinch your sleeping pad in the lower bungee cords. The OptiFit suspension tailors its fit to your body, thanks to its sliding back panel and fully adjustable straps. For greater ventilation, the back panel's vertical air channel prevents sweat build-up and overheating.
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