The North Face Base Camp 132L Duffel

The North Face Base Camp 132L Duffel
The North Face Base Camp 132L Duffel
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Base Camp 132L Duffel by The North Face
You've learned the hard way that trying to juggle multiple bags and suitcases on an expedition isn't the way to do things. This time around, embark on your three-week ski trip through Japan or journey into sub-Saharan Africa with The North Face's Base Camp 132L Duffel in tow. Made with bombproof ballistic nylon, this bag's not afraid of being tossed in baggage carts, lugged through train stations, or carried through rugged terrain. Its cavernous 132-liter compartment provides space for ski clothes, boots, touring gear, and more, and the bag includes a mesh end-cap pocket to further help with organization. Four compression straps help you shrink down a full bag when you can't afford to take anything else out, and multiple carry options promise you'll be able to keep moving whether you're waiting for a bus in a rural village or pulling your stuff through the airport.

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SKU: TNF041O
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