The North Face Neutron 32

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This is the BEST backpack I have ever owned. It has…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: front loading
Number of Pockets: 4 pockets
Max. Load Carried: 5 nursing books, blanket, water bottle, pencil pouch, lunch.
Height of Owner: 5'8"
Price Paid: $100

This is the BEST backpack I have ever owned. It has lasted through 2 years of hiking and 2 years of nursing school (on a moped, no less).

If you live in a rainy area (ie Seattle) you will love the rain fly. There are lots of pockets (all sizes) for school or hiking items and the water bottle pockets are easy to access. I just padded the bladder pocket to fit my Mac for a versatile computer bag. I am just buying a new one again.

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The North Face Neutron 32 Backpacks E-VAP Plus suspension is an ultra-breathable padded system for aerobic activities.

- Backcountry.com

The Flight Series Neutron 32 is a medium-volume multisport pack featuring the EVAP suspension system.Sizes: One Size Avg Weight: 2 lbs 13 oz (1275 g)Volume 1950 in3 (32 liters) Dimensions: 18" x 14" x 5" (46 cm x 35 cm x 22 cm)Fabric: 210HT ripstop Cordura® nylon, 420D nylonE-VAP Suspension | Flight SeriesT E-VAP Suspension E-VAPT technology, used in shoulder straps and hip belts, features perforated foam panels. In addition to reducing weight, these panels allow air to circulate through airflow channels, which are embedded in the foam. This allows for improved breathability and moisture evaporation that keeps the wearer dryer and more comfortable. Flight SeriesT Developed for multisport athletes, the Flight SeriesT features ultralight, multi-purpose apparel, equipment and footwear. This athlete-tested performance collection is designed for done-in-a-day and weekend adventures when fast and light packing is paramount. Medium-volume multisport pack with E-VAPT suspension system Rain cover Perforated, compression-molded foam backpanel Airmesh shoulder harness Stowable hipbelt Hydration compatible Internal organizer Front stash pocket PE reinforced compression panel and mesh pocket X-bungee Dual daisy chains and tool loops Water bottle pockets Safe-T whistle

- Massey's Outfitters

Features: Medium-volume, multisport pack with E-VAP Plus suspension system. Perforated, compression molded foam backpanel Airmesh shoulder harness Stowable hipbelt Hydration compatible Internal organizer Front stash pocket PE reinforced compression panel and mesh pocket X-bungee Dual daisy chains and tool loops Rain cover Water bottle pockets Safe-T whistle Specs: Avg. Weight: 2 lbs 13 oz (1275 g) Volume: 1950 in3 (32 liters) Fabric: 210HT ripstop nylon, 420D nylon Dimensions: 18in. x 14in. x 5in. (46 cm x 35 cm x 22 cm) We are not able to ship The North Face products to Canada or anywhere outside the USA because of that other thing.

- Moosejaw

The Neutron is a rugged mid-volume multisport pack that holds everything you need for done-in-a-day adventure. Features: Airmesh shoulder harness Dual daisy chains and tool loops Front stash pocket Hydration compatible Internal organizer Medium-volume; multisport pack with E-VAP Plus suspension system PE reinforced compression panel and mesh pocket Perforated; compression molded foam backpanel Rain cover Safe-T whistle Stowable hipbelt Water bottle pockets X-bungee Neutron 32 Specs: Sizes: One Size Volume: 1950 in3 (32 liters) Dimensions: 18' x 14' x 5' / 46 x 35 x 22 cm Average Weight: 2 lbs 13 oz / 1275 g Fabric 210HT ripstop nylon; 420D nylon E-VAP Suspension Info: E-VAP suspension features perforated foam back panels which eliminate excess weight and circulate air through airflow channels. These channels; embedded in the perforated foam; provide improved breathability and moisture evaporation; keeping the wearer cool and comfortable.

- Snow Leopard Mountain Sports

The North Face Neutron 32

Discontinued

The Neutron 32 has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$98.99 - $109.00

The North Face Neutron 32 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 18, 2007 at Backcountry.com.

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