Designed for the backcountry nomad who's always on the move, The North Face's Snowmad 23L Backpack has everything you need for a day out in the hills in a lightweight and compact package. New IronLite fabric offers a durable construction that saves on weight, while a spring-steel frame with a plastic frame-sheet gives you the support you need for long morning climbs, without tacking on unnecessary bulk. When it's time to bootpack you can easily strap up your skis or snowboard for multiple carrying options. For snowboards you've got diagonal and vertical carries, and for skis you've got an improved diagonal carry and a classic A-frame carry. A covered-tip ice-axe holder is there when you're navigating more technical ascents, and a dedicated avy-tool pocket offers quick access for safety and peace of mind. And when you need to reach into your pack for extra gear, you won't have to go digging thanks to the quick back-panel access. You've also got multiple stow pockets throughout for added organization and storage, including a lid pocket with a goggle stash for quick access when it's time for deep descents, and a POV-friendly hipbelt pocket for those times you when you just can't hit your line without video proof.
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