The North Face Homeslice

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Specs

Weight 7 oz / 195 g
Capacity 370 cu in / 6 L
Dimensions 11.5 in x 9 in x 4.5 in / 29 cm x 23 cm x 12 cm
Fabric 600D Polyester

Manufacturer's Description

Visit The North Face's Homeslice page.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Designed for kid's aged two to four, the toddler-sized Homeslice Backpack from The North Face lets your little one have his own adventure with his very own pack. The kid's-specific fit is made with your toddler in mind, including an easy, kid-friendly sternum strap.

- Mountain Gear

Our smallest daypack available, this 6-liter daypack is designed for kids age two to four. With a youth-specific fit, this pack includes adult features like mini water bottle holders at sides, an interior organization pocket, and a sternum strap to keep shoulder straps from sliding off tiny shoulders.

- The North Face

The smallest of The North Face youth packs, the Youth Homeslice Daypack is designed for kids age two to four. With mom and dad features like mini water bottle holders, an interior organization pocket and a sternum strap to keep shoulder straps from sliding off tiny shoulders, The North Face Youth Homeslice Daypack is perfect for a little grom on the go.

- Altrec Outdoors

Pack up your little one's blankie, snack, and sweater in The North Face Homeslice backpack and trundle off to daycare. This toddler-sized pack includes a lot of big-kid features like side mini-water bottle holders, an interior organization pocket, and a sternum strap that keeps the shoulder straps from sliding off. A stitched foam back helps with carrying comfort, and reflective piping helps enhance visibility during late-afternoon pickups.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face Homeslice

MSRP:
$27.00

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

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