The North Face Borealis 28L Backpack

The North Face Borealis 28L Backpack
The North Face Borealis 28L Backpack
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Borealis 28L Backpack by The North Face
Made for grad students, free lance journalists, and individuals whose work follows them wherever they go, the Borealis 28L Backpack by The North Face holds everything you need with reliable support. FlexVent suspension system gives you padded back support with an intuitive spine channel to maximize comfort and ventilation for heavy-loaded packs. Fleece-lined pockets, internal organizers, water bottle holders, and external bungee storage holds everything in their right place so you stay organized while you balance your work and school schedule.

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SKU: TNF04D9
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