The North Face Backtrack 50 Adventure Travel Pack
Designed for the new breed of contemporary traveler, this Backtrack 50 Adventure Travel Pack features ultra rugged components and highly functional features. Beneath the durable Cordura nylon and breathable Airmesh padding is a lightweight tubular 6061 aluminum V frame architecture mounted on durable ABS wheels with innovative through axles and ramped housings for easy and stable rolling especially on uneven terrain that lasts longer than many conventional carryon luggage designs. Up top you’ll find a retractable pull/carry handle, but unlike most designs, this one has an ergonomic offset design that ensures heel clearance when you’re on the move. The kickplate on the pack is intentionally curved for easier and more comfortable carrying when you’re wearing the Backtrack 50 as a pack. When you get to your destination,
cards against himanity, unclip the detachable 800 cubic inch daypack for your small excursions. The daypack has tuck in shoulder straps that firmly integrate the designs into the pack, so you’re less likely to worry about the smaller pack breaking loose in luggage cargo holds (it would have to disconnect at four separate points). Inside the small daypack you’ll find The North Face Universal padded sleeve, a removable compartment that can be used for a small laptop or a hydration reservoir. The Backtrack 50 has more details, so check out the bullet points listed below. If you’re looking for a slightly larger capacity with identical options, take time to consider the Backtrack 70 Adventure Pack.
Daypack main compartment also has a padded universal sleeve that accommodates some computer laptops or a hydration reservoir because there’s a tube port, too
Daypack also has a secondary pocket with an internal organizer and an audio port for headphone/ear buds
Business card windows and lockable top carry handle with braided cable
Side water bottle pockets and a front stash pocket for your passport
Practical zippered suspension cover also doubles as a backpack rain cover (covers stows in Velcro pocket that has drain holes)
Zippered hipbelt pocket for quick access to small items like keys or energy gels
Lockable zipper sliders and checking friendly webbing on pack
Convenient side carry handle and compression straps on side and bottom
Capacity: 3,050 cu. in. (50 l.)
Dimensions: 23 x 14 x 6 in. (58 x 35 x 15 cm.)
Weight: 6 lbs. 7 oz. (2,
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I bought this pack here (Philippines) at on of TNF’s outlets. And I tell you guys. It’s one greatbuy! I have to this day not found anything that could eclipse its durability, expandability, finesse, robustness, . (running out of adjectives here) . Truth be told gentlemen. The day pack really is something. I’m a mountaineer/adventurer and I put emphasis on my gear. For my packs, I always chose The North Face (I have a Spire 38, this one, and hopefully soon enough a Crestone 75) for its value/cost ratio. Sue me if you find the Backtrack 50 a losing buy.