Streamline your subway, bus or bike commute with the North Face Women's Microbyte Laptop Backpack. The Women's Microbyte is a compact 17-litre daypack that is designed for the urban commuter and the frequent flyer. It's standout feature is its main compartment that features a padded, fleece-lined laptop sleeve compatible for up to a 13" laptop and that can fully open to a lay-flat position which is checkpoint friendly and TSA-approved. The bag is also constructed from a durable 420D nylon, a water-resistant 500D Cordura® with a reinforced 1680D ballistic nylon base to ensure your gear is protected from rough surfaces and also impact protected from falls and drops.
The Women's Microbyte Laptop Backpack features a rigorous organisation panel in the secondary compartment comprising of a fleece-lined tablet sleeve that will fit most medium-sized tablets, two smaller fleece-lined media pockets, a secure zippered pocket, elastic webbing for cord management or pens an pencils and a slip pocket for any other bits and pieces. At the top front of the bag, another fleece-lined pocket is available for sunglasses or small electronics. Daisy chain stitching can be located at the front of the bag, giving the option to lash accessories and tags. A reflective bike light loop and reflective shoulder strap tabs provide reflectivity - keeping you safe and visible at night.
For those long daily commutes, the Women's Microbyte Laptop Backpack supports your transit with North Face's women-specific FlexVent™ suspension system comprising of custom injection-moulded shoulder straps, a padded mesh back panel with a spine channel that are all specifically shaped for an ergonomic, female fit and a wicking lumbar panel for maximum support and ventilation. The FlexVent™ shoulder straps create innovative flex zones that alleviate clavicle hot spots, pressure-point strain and neck pain. A sternum and hip strap offer added stability and load control and the sternum strap also doubles as a whistle. All North Face bags come with accreditation from the American Chiropractic Association certifying that they've been engineered to carry the heaviest of loads.