The North Face Patrol 35

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

The North Face Patrol 35 - Closeout - Rugged, full-featured, technically dialed pack loaded with innovative features making it the foremost pack for hardcore skiers and boarders. Enhanced for 2009 to include Radial X technology, this hinged frame pivots to accommodate thousands of pole plants and slides a ski mountaineer makes on ascent and descent. Strap your skis or board on diagonally to the left or right, or, via an A-Frame, secure your skis parallel to each other on each side of the pack with Hypalon reinforced webbing. Large, 35-liter capacity provides ample space for a night's rations and place to stash the gear you'll need to access fresh powder at high altitudes. Bomber, midsized, lightweight ski/board pack for huge days and backcountry overnighters, X Radial tubular aluminum frame, Ski/board attachment system, Burly Ballistics nylon pack face with light, rugged airbag side panels, Huge front pocket for all necessary avy tools, Clever pack bottom skin/crampon pocket, Easy-access side ski pole pocket, Easy-to-use helmet lash points on pack front, Improved hip belt with pocket and gear lash provide all-day comfort, Molded back panel sheds snow and spindrift, Imported, Gift box not available for this item.

- Massey's Outfitters

Lightweight and rugged, the Partol 35 is a winter touring pack from The North Face that's fully-featured for unforgettable days in the backcountry. You'll be able to carry everything you need comfortably and securely, with enough organization pockets for the most prepared folks.

- Mountain Gear

Rugged, full-featured, technically dialed pack loaded with innovative features making it the foremost pack for hardcore skiers and boarders. Enhanced for 2009 to include Radial X technology, this hinged frame pivots to accommodate thousands of pole plants and slides a ski mountaineer makes on ascent and descent. Strap your skis or board on diagonally to the left or right, or, via an A-Frame, secure your skis parallel to each other on each side of the pack with Hypalon-reinforced webbing. Large, 35-liter capacity provides ample space for a night's rations and place to stash the gear you'll need to access fresh powder at high altitudes.

- The North Face

The North Face Patrol 35 Pack is a midsized, lightweight ski/board pack for huge days and backcountry overnighters. The North Face Patrol 35 Pack Features: X Radial tubular aluminum frame New ski/board attachment system Burly Ballistics nylon pack face with light, rugged airbag side panels Huge front pocket for all necessary avy tools Cleaver pack bottom skin/crampon pocket Easy-access side ski pole pocket Easy-to-use helmet lash points on pack front Improved hipbelt with pocket and gear lash provide all-day comfort Molded back panel sheds snow and spindrift Specifications: Average weight: 3 lbs 5 oz (1500 g) Volume: 2260 in 3 (37 liters) Dimensions: 28"x14"x8" (71cm x 36cm x 18cm) Fit Range: M 16"-19" (41cm-48cm); L 18"-21" (46cm-53cm) Fabric: 315D Condura nylon auto-airbag fabric, 630D Ballistic nylon

- OMCgear

The North Face Patrol 35 Winter Backpack with Radial X technology pivots to accommodate and follow your movements. PRODUCT FEATURES: Radial X hinged frame moves with your jump-turns and tele knee-bends Large front pocket for shovel, handle, and probe Bottom pocket separates your skins or crampons from the rest of your gear Lash points on front secure your helmet Material: 315D Cordura nylon, 630D Ballistics nylon Volume: 2150cu in (35L) Suspension: X Radial Waist-belt: Yes Rain Cover: No Pockets: External - 1 front, 1 waist-belt Internal - 1 for crampons or skins Snowboard Carry: Vertical Ski Carry: A-frame & diagonal Shovel Pocket: Yes Weight: 3lb 5oz Recommended Use: Backcountry touring Manufacturer Warranty: Lifetime

- Appalachian Outdoors

The North Face Patrol 35

Discontinued

The Patrol 35 has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$89.37 - $189.00

The North Face Patrol 35 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 22, 2013 at Massey's Outfitters.

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