The North Face Crank 25

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Specs

Weight 2 lb 2 oz / 945 g
Capacity 1525 cu in / 25 L
Fabric 600D Polyester, 1200D Polyester

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Designed for switchback climbs and gnarly descents, the Crank 25 Hydration Pack from The North Face provides hydration and functionality in one sleek, tough design for all your mountain biking needs. Stash 3 liters of water in the Source Widepak antimicrobial reservoir that seals up tight with a magnetic valve clip while you stow everything you need from rain gear to on-the-trail snacks in the two huge main compartments, stash pockets, and external drop pocket.

- Mountain Gear

Synonymous with epic days, bomber descents and big hits.

- Altrec Outdoors

Made specifically for switchback climbs and gnarly descents, this new mountain bike hydration pack is synonymous with epic days on the trail. A large, 3-liter bladder provides ample liquid fuel for a day's ride, with five extra zip and stash pockets for added energy bars. Oversized drop pocket holds your skull bucket while you're taking five on the trail.

- The North Face

Approach the next incline with a mouthful of tasty water when you strap into The North Face Crank 25 Hydration Pack. Your bike rides lack nothing when you cram your tools, layers, and Source Widepak antimicrobial reservoir (included) into the Crank. Adjust the Helix bite valve to your desired flow, so your water lasts all day, and turn it off to stop leaks on the drive home. Roll over big drops with the CrankAAAs E-VAP back panel and padded shoulder harness strapped tight against your body, while the textured mesh wicks away sweat as you pedal through the triple-digit heat. Back at the car, stash your helmet in the drop pocket and toss the Crank in the backseat.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face Crank 25

MSRP:
$115.00

The North Face Crank 25 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 15, 2013 at Mountain Gear.

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