The North Face El Lobo 75

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The North Face El Lobo 75 is a well-rounded, complete, backpackers pack. The pack features an X Radial frame and compression-molded foam back panel - designed to mold and conform the users back. The X Radial frame allows the pack to maintain its durability while twisting and turning to accommodate movement. Several channels run through the El Lobo pack to increase airflow, providing breathability and a more comfortable trek. 

The lightweight design and advanced support of the El Lobo, combined with an expandable main compartment make the backpack comfortable and convenient when carrying up to sixty pounds of gear. The shoulder harness dual-pivot wait belt distribute the weight evenly. The pack features a removable brain that can be carried as a lumbar pack for shorter hikes and several exterior straps are suitable for an ice-axe or trekking poles. Ripstop fabrics and water-resistant zippers prevent showers from soaking anything inside the pack.

 Features:

  • X Radial frame
  • Light and stout 210 D ripstop nylon with water-resistant zippers
  • Advanced adjustment system
  • Molded foam back panel
  • Anatomical hip belts and shoulder harness
  • Dual-pivot hip belt
  • Large, removable hood converts to lumbar pack

Specs

S M
Weight 5 lb / 2265 g 5 lb 4 oz / 2399 g
Capacity 4270 cu in / 70 L 4570 cu in / 75 L
Extended Capacity 4880 cu in / 80 L 5180 cu in / 85 L
Fabric 70D Double Ripstop, 210HT Ripstop 70D Double Ripstop, 210HT Ripstop

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A lightweight design, advanced support, and an expandable main compartment make The North Face El Lobo 75 Backpack a comfortable and convenient choice for your extended adventures into the bush. Not only does the pack carry up to sixty pounds of your backpacking essentials, its adjustable harness gives you the most customized fit of almost any pack out on the trail.

- Backcountry.com

Complete, fully featured backpackers pack features leading-edge technology. Innovative X Radial 2.0 frame and compression-molded foam back panel mold and conforms to your back; the articulated design of both elements working in tandem provide a close, comfortable fit while twisting, stretching, and turning that accompanies traveling by foot across wild and rugged terrain. Channels running through the back panel ensure airflow, providing breathability, and an articulated compression-molded foam hipbelt and shoulder straps both wrapped in moisture-wicking Dri-Lex fabric for a comfortable, secure platform for lugging heavy loads over long distances. Available 70, 75, and 80-liter interior volumes.

- The North Face

The North Face's El Lobo 75 Backpack has innovative X Radial 2.0 frame and compression-molded foam back panel mold and conforms to your back, the articulated design of both elements working in tandem provide a close, comfortable fit while twisting, stretching, and turning. Channels running through the back panel ensure airflow, providing breathability, and an articulated compression-molded foam hip-belt and shoulder straps - both wrapped in moisture-wicking Dri-Lex fabric for a comfortable, secure platform for lugging heavy loads over long distances.

- Mountain Gear

Representing a best-of-both-worlds hybrid: This 75-liter technical climbing pack features a stable X Radial exoskeleton that twists and turns to accommodate athletic movement. A sleek, compound-curved, molded E-VAP(TM) hipbelt cups the illac crest to maximize comfort, while its mesh-infused E-VAP(TM) foam back panel effectively manages ventilation. Designed with lightweight, super durable fabrics and materials, this big wall climbing pack is made to be hauled up behind you. Available 70, 75, and 80-liter interior volumes.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The North Face El Lobo 75

MSRP:
$269.00

The North Face El Lobo 75 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen August 9, 2013 at Backcountry.com.

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