The North Face Terra 50L Backpack

The North Face Terra 50L Backpack
The North Face Terra 50L Backpack
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Terra 50L Backpack by The North Face
Completely redesigned, The North Face Terra 50 Backpack is slimmer and less bulky than ever. However, this weekend-specific pack is still capable of carrying heavy loads. It comfortably supports up to 45 pounds, courtesy of an anatomically correct shoulder harness and load-spreading hip belt. Promoting air circulation, a vertical channel cools your back on humid summer trips and stifling, sub-tropic excursions. Seven total pockets easily hold a weekend's worth of camping gear, and two easy-access hip pockets store tools and accessories within easy reach. Six lash points clip tools for greater versatility. The pack's sternum clip doubles as a safety whistle to alert your party of danger or assist with finding you, should you be hopelessly lost. Additionally, this pack is hydration compatible (bladder sold separately) for on-trail refreshment.

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SKU: TNF00D2
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