The North Face Hydra 26L Backpack - Women's

The North Face Hydra 26L Backpack - Women's
The North Face Hydra 26L Backpack - Women's
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Hydra 26L Backpack - Women's by The North Face
Head off on your day-long missions with the Women's Hydra 26L Backpack from The North Face. Its minimalist design reduces weight while still allowing quick access to the contents of the pack when you're traveling long distances. This lightweight design is enhanced by the patent-pending Dyno Lift System that doesn't add any weight and features a self-equalizing, on-the-fly, adjustable load lifters for a comfortable carry through the miles. A FlashDry back panel provides you with quick-drying, breathable performance for strenuous ascents while the T6 aluminum frame allows you to have total freedom of movement when scrambling up to the summit.

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SKU: TNFZAH3
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