It is a cardinal rule of outdoor adventure: The North Face equipment goes wherever unforgiving conditions call for the highest quility gear. The extreme conditions of the seasons place even greater demands on equipment. The North Face has assembled this seasons collections with that in mind and The North Face tech packs make backcountry adventure more accessible than ever.
The North Face has applied some uncomprimising standards for quality and design to everday equipment, like travel luggage and daypacks, which need to endure abuse of a differnt nature.
“Cute bag, some niggling issues. I use this bag for work as my mobile office. Overall it's a good bag. Things i like: tuck-away hip belt, side compression straps and side mesh pockets, comfy shoulder straps, sturdy back panel, reflective strip on the front. I *love* the colour! Things i don't like: the clip at the top of the front mesh pocket is a little unnecessary. The organiser section in the front compartment seems to sag a lot when loaded, making it hard to access things in the bottom of the compartment. My biggest complaint is that the chest strap does not hold tight - i pull the webbing but it loosens immediately. Looks like a problem with the buckle design, it doesn't cause enough friction on the webbing to stop it sliding through.”