The North Face Fuse Box Charged 25L Backpack

The North Face Fuse Box Charged 25L Backpack
$198.95
Fuse Box Charged 25L Backpack by The North Face
Price subject to change | SKU: TNF01IP

The North Face Fuse Box Charged 25L Backpack

Perfect for adventurous travelers who often find themselves far from an outlet, The North Face Fuse Box Charged features a battery pack that lets you keep all your electronics juiced. It features a charging dashboard that lets you recharge your electronics whether you're taking photos in the field or need to stay connected with your tablet when you're traveling abroad. The D-door pocket offers easy access to a charging dashboard that charges your laptop, tablet, phone, and other electronics while you're on the go, and the removable Joey T55 battery pack provides 3. 5 full phone battery charges and several days of partial charges so you can stay on the grid even when you're far from an outlet. It's also water- and crush-resistant so it can hold up in less than perfect conditions. A lay-flat laptop compartment makes it easy to reach your computer when you're going through security so you can get to your gate on time. The charging dashboard pocket also features a padded fleece-lined tablet pocket and fleece-lined media pocket, and two additional fleece-lined pockets hold even more electronics as well as sunglasses and other small items you don't want scratched. The Fuse Box Charged is finished off with a FlexVent suspension system, a removable waist belt, and side compression straps so you stay comfy along the way, wherever the road takes you.

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