The North Face's Recon 31L Backpack has everything you need to maintain efficiency and nothing excessive to leave you distracted. With a variety of specific-use pockets, the Recon keeps you fully organized to help you stay on-top of your to-do list. A dedicated laptop sleeve is padded and fleece lined, and securely holds your laptop separate from the main compartment. An internal organizer lines the front zippered pocket and is equipped with a padded tablet sleeve, a pen organizer, and various small patch and zippered pockets for loose essentials. A small zippered pocket at the top is fleece lined and perfectly fits your reading and sunglasses, dual water bottle holders can double as a quick-grab pocket for your cellphone, and the extendable stash pocket is large enough to hold a wet rain jacket, your winter gloves and scarves, or a small lunch. As you fill all these dedicated pockets, the weight on your back naturally increases so that is why The North Face equipped the Recon with the FlexVent support system and women-specific shoulder straps. A fully padded back panel and shoulder straps gives you all-day support while a breathable lumbar panel and flexible design gives you ergonomic comfort.
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