Designed for urban exploration, The North Face Explore Haulaback 43. 5L Bag is durable, spacious, and ready to hit the streets. It is constructed from The North Face's burly Base Camp material so you can confidently go all around the city without having to worry about tears or holes. The main cylindrical compartment accommodates most of your gear while thoughtful pockets and gear loops help keep you organized on the go. For starters, a fleece-lined laptop compartment helps keep your electronics safe while a large zippered side pocket allows you to quickly access essentials without taking the pack off. Additionally, a zippered bottom compartment keeps your extra gym shoes or laundry separate from the main compartment and external daisy chains (including a bike light loop) allow versatile carry options for excess gear. Once the bag is packed full for your day of exploration, The North Face ensures it is comfortable to carry. Even though the pack is cylindrical, the back panel is flat so the bag can rest comfortably against your back as you wander and explore. Padded shoulder straps and a sternum strap further enhance this comfort so you can focus on the new sights, sounds, and smells instead of your gear. Finally, so you can add a personal touch to your Haulaback, hook-and-loop fabric is patterned into the exterior of the bag so you can attach custom patches sold separately by The North Face.
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