The North Face Skipper
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On Sale. Free Shipping. The North Face Skipper Backpack DECENT FEATURES of The North Face Skipper Backpack Flex Vent injection-molded shoulder straps Comfortable, stitched foam back panel Removable hipbelt Large main compartment Secondary compartment with organization Mesh side water bottle pockets The SPECS Average Weight: 1 lb 11 oz / 765 g Volume: 1830 cubic inches / 30 liter Dimension: 18.5 x 13 x 10in. / 47.5 x 32.5 x 26 cm Fabric: 600D polyester, 1200D polyester This product can only be shipped within the United States. Please don't hate us.
Keep it simple when you're hauling your books to and from class when you carry the Skipper from The North Face - there's one main compartment for your binder and textbooks and a secondary organization compartment. Carry your water bottle in the mesh water bottle pockets while staying comfortable with FlexVent injection-molded shoulder straps & the stitched foam back panel. Removable hipbelt.
- Mountain Gear
Whether you're heading to school or work, and whether you're getting there by bus, train, or bike, The North Face Skipper Backpack hauls your weekday essentials and is super excited for your weekend hiking plans.
The North Face Skipper pack features the 'plain & simple' design concept. With extremely durable construction and lightweight materials, its sure to make your life easier when carrying that heavy load you dread so much & often. Large main compartment is sure to hold just about anything you can think of throwing into it. The secondary, organizational compartment is sure to keep all your important necessities and documents safe, sound, and organized. The Skipper pack will not make you feel embarrassed to be seen in public with it sitting on your back.
- Rocky Mountain Trail