The North Face Jester
1 lb 14 oz / 850 g
1830 cu in / 30 L
18.5 in x 13 in x 7 in / 47 cm x 33 cm x 18 cm
600D Polyester, 1200D Polyester
I took this on a day hike to the top of Mt. Marcy…
Max. Load Carried: the most I carried was around 30-35 lbs.
Height of Owner: 5' 10"
Price Paid: $50
I took this on a day hike to the top of Mt. Marcy and for being a small pack this works really well. The only downside was the pack was a bit to small, or I just packed to much. But all and all nice pack.
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Basic yet roomy, the Jester Daypack from The North Face comfortably hauls 27 liters worth of books and gear from one destination to the next.
The North Face Jester Daypack is designed with two large zip compartments and features a front accessory zip pocket with an internal organization sleeve to stash smaller items. FlexVent(TM) injection-molded shoulder straps with a top layer of Atilon foam for added support and bottom layer of PE foam for added comfort Comfortable, stitched foam back panel Removable hipbelt Large main compartment fits books and binders Secondary compartment with organization Mesh side water bottle pockets Removable sternum strap
The North Face Jester DaypackThe North Face Jester Daypack is the ideal backpack for all your outdoor excursions. With 1648 cu. in. in capacity, the daypack fits everything that you might need, while on the go. The FlexVent injection-moulded shoulder straps are ergonomic and don't strain your shoulders, even when fully loaded. It has a large main compartment which you can use to store your books and binders and a secondary compartment that allows for better organization of your smaller things. The daypack also has a mesh side pocket, where you can store your water bottle or snack bars. A layer of Atilon foam provides added support to your back, while the PE foam ensures added comfort. Get ready to face the day, prepared yourself with the North Face Jester Daypack.
When it comes to durable daypacks, The North Face Jester doesn't joke around. Super-tough construction and features that other companies' technical backcountry packs would be proud of mean your stuff is getting where it's going without a snag.