The North Face Base Camp Lumbar

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Carry your ID, snacks, cash or other essentials around town in the classic Base Camp Lumbar Pack from The North Face. The adjustable hipbelt allows for layering while the main compartment, front zippered stash pocket and front Velcro stash pocket all keep you nice and organized. Constructed from tough Base Camp fabric.

- Mountain Gear

It's not your Aunt Denise's fanny pack. The North Face Base Camp Lumbar Pack sports a sleek style that does not scream 'tourista! tourista!' as you're walking down the street. This handyAAAor, rather, hands-freeAAAlittle unit not only carries your small essentials but organizes them with the help of two front easy-access pockets.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face Base Camp Lumbar Pack DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Base Camp Lumbar Pack Main compartment with adjustable hipbelt Front zippered stash pocket Front Velcro stash pocket The SPECS Average Weight: 6 oz / 170 g Volume: 45 cubic inches / 0.7 liters Dimensions: 4.7in. x 9.4in. x 2in. / 12 x 24 x 5 cm Fabric: 300D phthalate-free TPE laminate, 840D ballistics nylon

- Moosejaw

The North Face Base Camp Lumbar Pack is a new lumbar style in TNF's legendary Base Camp fabric. Main compartment with adjustable hipbelt.

- Altrec Outdoors

The North Face Base Camp Lumbar

Discontinued

The Base Camp Lumbar has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$23.16 - $79.00

The North Face Base Camp Lumbar is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 4, 2016 at SunnySports.

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