The North Face Router 40L Backpack

The North Face Router 40L Backpack
The North Face Router 40L Backpack
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Router 40L Backpack by The North Face
Navigate your busy day from point A to point B with The North Face's Router 40L Backpack. This technical school backpack is equipped with various pockets to keep you organized including a dedicated laptop sleeve for extra protection, an internal organizer within the front pocket that includes a padded tablet sleeve, and multiple external fleece-lined zippered pockets for your sunglasses, calculators, and more. With the FlexVent suspension support you can comfortably hold a heavy-loaded pack with its mesh padding and ergonomic lumbar panel. When you make your way across town after campus to get to your night job on time, the removable waist belt helps your pack stay in place as you switch between the bus and your bike, and the built-in whistle on the sternum strap is included just in case you find yourself in the wrong alley way after your shift.

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SKU: TNF04DJ
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