The North Face Cinder 55L Backpack

The North Face Cinder 55L Backpack
The North Face Cinder 55L Backpack
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Cinder 55L Backpack by The North Face
Designed with input from world-class climbers, The North Face Cinder 55L Backpack is an insanely durable gear bag for all your wildest days at the crag. It features a stand-up design and tough side handles, so it's easy to stuff sixty pounds worth of webbing, quickdraws and cams inside, with daisy chains and gear loops on the exterior for attaching your shoes and chalk bag. Two zippered pockets hold additional space for guidebooks and other essentials, and the crush-proof metal hipbelt will hold strong through thick and thin.

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SKU: TNFZAGQ
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