The North Face Jester

Specs

Weight 1 lb 14 oz / 850 g
Capacity 830 cu in / 30 L
Dimensions 18.5 in x 13 in x 7 in / 47 cm x 33 cm x 18 cm
Fabric 600D Polyester, 1200D Polyester

While the women's version hasn't been reviewed yet, there is 1 review for other versions of the Jester. Read all reviews »

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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The completely redesigned women-specific 26-liter Jester backpack doesn't play around when it comes to protecting and organizing your gear. Designed with two large zip compartments, the main compartment features a floating, padded 15" laptop sleeve and the front compartment features an internal organization panel to stash smaller items. Lash additional layers or equipment to the bungee cords crisscrossing the front of the pack to keep them easily accessible.

- The North Face

Specially built for comfort, the Jester daypack for women lets you carry with ease your 15 in. laptop plus books or gear around town or on trips farther afield.

- REI

The North Face Women's Jester Backpack may look fun, but it doesn't joke around at school or on the trail. The main compartment should be large enough to fit all your textbooks, and there's a secondary compartment for your hiking gear so you don't turn in a bag of trail mix instead of your final paper. The Jester also features a padded sleeve that fits most fifteen-inch laptops, and mesh side pockets for your water bottles. The women-specific FlexVent shoulder straps stretch at your every move, and the foam back panel provides all the cush you need for day hikes.

- Backcountry.com

The North Face's 26-liter Jester backpack doesn't play around when it comes to protecting and organizing your gear. Designed with two large zip compartments, the main compartment features a floating, padded 15 laptop sleeve and the front compartment features an internal organization panel to stash smaller items. Lash additional layers or equipment to the bungee cords crisscrossing the front of the pack to keep them easily accessible.

- Mountain Gear