The North Face engineered its Terra 65 Backpack with the easy-to-use Optifit suspension system to give you a fully adjustable fit before you hit the trail for a weekend. An included tool measures the length of your back so you can match the Optifit system in the backpack to your exact measurements for a tailored fit to keep you completely comfortable while hiking. The back panel, hip belt, and shoulder harness have a good amount of padding to give you a more cushioned ride on the trail. The North Face lined the hip belt with mesh and integrated vertical channels within the back panel to provide all the breathability you need in warmer weather. The Terra 65 has the traditional top access to the main compartment as well as a huge zippered side entry so you can grab another layer quickly even if it's in the middle of the pack. It features a port for your own water reservoir, a zippered sleeping bag compartment, one zippered top for your keys, wallet, and phone, and two zippered hip belt pockets for anything you want while hiking like sunscreen or some snacks. Two stretch side pockets are perfect for water bottles or trash you find on the trail.
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