The North Face Freefall

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This is a perfect pack for a weekend hike into the…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Design: Internal Frame
Size: ?
Number of Pockets: 4 external 1 internal
Max. Load Carried: 47lbs
Height of Owner: 6'
Price Paid: $170

This is a perfect pack for a weekend hike into the mountains. The internal frame helps keep the pack stiff and there is plenty of padding between you back and the pack. The shoulder and hip straps are very padded also so there is no discomfort from the pack shifting around while hiking. There is a lot of space for the smaller things (i.e. flashlight, camara, binocs, maps) in the outer pockets for easy access.

The only problem is that this pack is meant for rock climbing so I had to add some straps on the bottom to hold my tent, but other than that is is definitely worth the price! There are plenty of straps and loops on the outer shell for attaching items also.

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The North Face Freefall

Discontinued

The Freefall has been discontinued.

reviewers paid:
$170.00

The North Face Freefall is not available from the stores we monitor.

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