The North Face Mainframe

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You've got a full load of classes this semester, you're working a part-time gig down at Woodstock Pizza, and you're trying not to let your gym time or your social life suffer. Your plate is full and The North Face Mainframe Daypack is an easy way to keep it all organized without throwing out your back or investing in a bike trailer. A large main compartment holds books and binders, while a separate padded compartment fits most 17-inch computers. External zippered stash pockets keep small stuff handy like your phone, iPod, keys and a snack while multiple internal pockets act like a mobile desk holding pens, cords, mouse and other necessities. Late nights with your study group call for slipping a Red Bull in the side mesh beverage pocket and clipping a bike light to the messenger loop on the front. Built with comfy, contoured shoulder straps, a unique padded back panel with a cut-out channel for your backbone, and a wide stowable hip belt, this school pack effortlessly distributes your heavy load. You'll spend more time with the Mainframe Daypack than you will with your pillow; good thing it's got the stylish, outdoorsy look of The North Face and is tough enough to last until summer break. - Altrec Outlet

Specs

Weight 2 lb 7 oz / 1105 g
Capacity 1465 cu in / 24 L
Dimensions 18.5 in x 12 in x 6 in / 47 cm x 30 cm x 15 cm
Fabric 420D Nylon, 1680d Ballistics Nylon

The North Face Mainframe

MSRP:
$99.00

The North Face Mainframe is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 8, 2014 at Mountain Gear.

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