The North Face Alteao 50


Weight 3 lb / 1530 g 3 lb 8 oz / 1600 g
Capacity 3175 cu in / 52 L 3175 cu in / 52 L
Fabric 70D 190T Nylon Taffeta, 210D HT Ripstop 70D 190T Nylon Taffeta, 210D HT Ripstop

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This mid-size backpack from The North Face is perfect for those weekend outings or an overnight trip under the stars. PRODUCT FEATURES: Lightweight, 50-liter midsized pack Innovative Windtunnel back panel that gulps massive amounts of air and cools your back on long hikes Anatomically padded trampoline configuration vents warm air through a chimney and draws cool air from unobstructed side intakes Articulated back provides a close, comfortable fit while twisting, stretching, and turning Articulated hipbelt and shoulder straps are wrapped in Dri-Lex moisture-wicking fabric and Airmesh to provide a comfortable, secure platform for fast endeavors Smart pack body zipper system offers easy interior access and featherweight versatility Remarkably light, super tough mini-ripstop pack fabric Molded foam lumbar, anatomical hip belts and shoulder harness with moisture-wicking Dry-Lex fabric Includes fitted rain cover Abundant interior and exterior pockets optimize on-the-go efficiency Avg Wt: S/M: 3 lbs 6 oz M/L: 3 lbs 8 oz Fabric: 70D 190T nylon taffeta, 210D HT ripstop Volume: S/M: 3175 in , M/L: 3175 in

- Appalachian Outdoors

The North Face Alteao 50

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The North Face Alteao 50 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen November 28, 2011 at Appalachian Outdoors.

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