The North Face Shadow 40+10L Backpack

The North Face Shadow 40+10L Backpack
The North Face Shadow 40+10L Backpack
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Shadow 40+10L Backpack by The North Face
Light when you need to be, fully featured when you don't, and burly all the time, The North Face's Shadow 40+10 Backpack is a peak bagger's dream. Designed to handle all sorts of conditions and objectives, its tough roll-top design accommodates up to 50L of gear, so you can be prepared for the unknown, but cinches and compresses down to 40L if you're more interested in traveling light. Even better, the removable framesheet, removable hip belt, and removable water-resistant pocket let you trim even more fat, so you can hit the heights and make it back down before things heat up or storms roll in. Compression straps keep the whole package tight, while integrated trekking pole/ice axe holders help you stay prepared for long days or slick ascents.

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SKU: TNF036L
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