Just because you like to have your computer with you doesn't mean you have to be tied to a desk all day. Take your tech toys around town or out on the trails with The North Face Women's Surge Backpack. It has a dedicated, lie-flat, fleece-lined laptop compartment as a well as a padded, fleece-lined sleeve to store your tablet so your electronics will be safe during transport. A huge main compartment allows for storage of books, binders, and whatever else you need to carry with you in your mobile office. The front pocket has internal organization for simplifying life on the go. Elastic webbing keeps your cords arranged while secured zipper pockets keep small items easy to find. So you can be comfortable in your pack, the women-specific shoulder straps are contoured for a women's torso and are flexible so they can fit multiple body types. If your mobile office is headed to a mountain top for a day of work, the FlexVent suspension system will keep your back from getting too sweaty while you hike up. To aid in carrying that load all the way up to the top, a removable waist belt and sternum strap can be fastened to distribute the load. So whether you're riding your bike to the office or checking emails from the top of a trail, you can bring everything you need comfortably and securely with the Surge.
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The North Face Surge 31L Backpack - Women's
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