the north face backpacking backpack

the north face backpacking backpack

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The North Face is obsessively devoted to providing the best gear for athletes, modern-day explorers and urban adventurers alike. Proprietary technology and a deep understanding of truly great performance gear make The North Face the logical choice for those who need to stay warm, dry and stylish.

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A camp necessity, this waterproof, 43-liter backpack with an origami construction and a roll-top closure transforms into a rugged cooler when you add ice and a six pack. A 9-hook closure even doubles as a bottle opener.

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  1. Not only is this thing bigger than it looks in the pictures, but it’s one of those backpacks that has a million pockets and compartments you’ll never use but appreciate they’re there; or like I do, and find things you’ll never use. But in the off chance the cute girl in your chemistry class needs a copy of the periodic table, youll be able to not only not impress her, but come up with chemistry puns that make her uncomfortable to be in the same room with you.Nothing on the backpack is thin. The flaps, stitching, pockets, all THICK. Very durable and well made. The first thing I noticed were the thickness of the zipper thingys (the part you hold and move) you’ll walk around with the confidence of a pineapple-less pizza with this swag bag.In short:GET THIS BACKPACK NOOOOWWWW!!!! 2 people found this helpful Helpful 0Comment Report abuse Comment There was a problem loading comments right now. Please try again later. Showing 0 commentsSort by: Newest Oldest There was a problem loading comments right now. Please try again later.5.0 out of 5 starsToo many compartments, if there can be such a thing!ByJanelon June 18, 2017Style: 1-PackVerified PurchaseI like this backpack. I looked at a lot of them online and in a few stores before deciding on this one. It is well-made, the materials are plenty sturdy, and yet it is still light and comfortable to carry.I had a hard time settling on which backpack to buy. This will accommodate a large laptop, so it ended up being a bit large for me. I wasn’t sure how many pockets would be useful in a backpack I use for my laptop + business stuff. This has too many for my purposes. I get lost in the zippers. I frequently open the wrong one. There are 5 zippered compartments, with 4 zippers across the top pretty close to each other.1) I use the very front zippered compartment for biz cards, pens, etc. There are lots of handy pockets in there for these things.2) The next compartment back contains my laptop power cord, wireless mouse, adaptors, any other cords/cables, etc. There is plenty of room to spare.3) The next compartment towards the back is the one I could do without. I’m not sure what to put in there. Sometimes I put my purse in there because I don’t want to carry that separately along with the backpack and a projector. 3 separate bags to carry is too much.4) The next compartment back is a small zippered pouch that hangs from the top between the 2 largest zippered compartments. I never use it, and it gets in the way. I’m thinking about cutting it off because it’s irritating. I’d much rather have 1 fewer zippers to clutter up the top of the pack.5) The rear zippered compartment is very spacious. I could carry several textbooks and/or binders if I used it for college. I often have presentation handout folders and sometimes a light jacket in there.6) Laptop pouch/sleeve inside rear large zippered compartment. A thick, large laptop would fit in this. My thin, 15" laptop floats around, so I usually slide a padfolio in with it. There’s still room for something thin if needed. It’s nicely padded and there’s some foam at the bottom. This should be plenty of padding unless you plan on throwing your pack down with force with your gear in it.7) I haven’t used the mesh pockets on the sides. I think I’d like to trade at least one in for a zippered pocket. My gym backpack has 1 water bottle pocket and 1 zippered pocket, which I like.There’s a lot I like about this backpack. It’s well made and designed, so I give it 5 stars for that. If I had to pick again, I’d probably pick a smaller backpack with fewer pockets as noted above, only based on personal preference for how I use it. I’m not going to trade this in, but if it wears out then I’ll have a better idea what to pick next time. I’m generally pretty satisfied with it. 🙂

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