The North Face Fovero 70L Backpack

The North Face Fovero 70L Backpack
The North Face Fovero 70L Backpack
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Fovero 70L Backpack by The North Face
Large enough to hold 70-pounds worth of gear on long-distance treks, The North Face Fovero 70 Backpack offers cavernous storage for extended trips through the wilderness. This top-loading pack features 10+ pockets with handy features, such as a detachable top lid that converts into a daypack, a separate sleeping bag compartment, and breathable beaver-tail pocket for drying wet clothes and gear. Its three-point compression straps cinch tightly to reduce overall bulk, and the Opti-Fit suspension system bolsters heavy loads. Additionally, you'll find its hydration-compatible design enables convenient drinking (with separate hydration bladder). Plus, the hip belt pockets facilitate quick retrieval of small necessities, such as your compass and map, trail snacks, or smartphone.

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SKU: TNF02C6
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