The North Face Class V Cargo Trunk
6.6 oz / 188 g
129 g / sq m 100% Polyester
While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Class V Cargo Trunk. Read all reviews »
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Head out to the river in the rough and tumble Class V Cargo from The North Face when you're looking to hit some big water. Abrasion- and water-resistant fabric protects you from the sun with an improved sun protection rating while the secure zip cargo pocket gives you a place to stash essentials.
- Mountain Gear
The Heavy Duty Anchor Sling by Bluewater is made from 1 inch solid weave, high strength nylon webbing. Available in multiple lengths, each sling has a sewn loop at each end to provide maximum versatility.
Whether you re floating down the river on a tube, or hanging ten off a reef break, this is the boardshort to wear on your lower half. Made with durable, quick-drying fabric, boardshort features a gusset at center front fly and drawcord for a mobile, secure, fit. UV-protective fabric offers protection at UPF 50 from the sun s rays.
- The North Face
When the swell picks up at your favorite break or the water level rises enough to bring the local rapids up to class, The North Face Women's V Cargo Shorts are there. And they're on point. Made from durable, quick-drying Class V fabric with built-in ultraviolet protection (rated at UPF 50) for added sun defense, these cargo shorts go above and beyond the call of duty. Not to mention, a gusseted center front fly and constructed waistband allow for extra comfort and a no-hassle parking lot change into dry clothes.
- Altrec Outdoors
The North Face Women's Class V Cargo Trunk makes kayaking and rafting way more comfortable and enjoyable than if youAAAd ventured on the water in your cotton shorts. Thanks to its quick-drying fabric you're not left shivering when the sun goes behind the clouds, and its UPF 50 rating means provides superb protection from the sun's nasty rays. In addition, its durable fabric stands up against the wear and tear as you climb in and out of the raft or kayak.