The North Face Torrent

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I've had this bag for years!! A friend's college roommate…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Price Paid: $0.00

I've had this bag for years!! A friend's college roommate actually left it behind one year and it was tossed out by the people who were painting and doing renovations. By the time i picked it up it was covered in mold pretty much and filthy as all hell.

After cleaning like 50 times, I can actually say it's been the best book bag i've ever had. I have used it from carry-on to day hikes... day long bike rides, nighttime fishing trips and livin it up hobo style from Auburn to Frisco, CA.

I was really into martial arts before needing screws in my collarbone, so it was a great bag to take to and from the mat. There are obviously some things that can be worked on as far as the design, but i give it a 5 because it has never ever failed to come through (although the fabric around the zippers is starting to rip, but what can I expect from a bag i pulled from the trash over 5 years ago).

SUPER LONG STORY SHORT.... I'm looking for one in green for when this one Finally gets its long overdue retirement. 5 stars!!!!

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

Built with a separate section for dirty shoes and clothes, the Torrent's a fiery pack for daily athletic pursuits. Sizes: One sizeAverage Weight: 2 lbs 3 oz (990 g) Volume: 1850 in3 (30 liters) Fabric: Sabre 6 Dimensions: 19in. x 10in. x 8in. (48 cm x 25 cm x 20 cm) Key Features: Versatile daypack with separate compartment for wet clothing or shoes. Lined front compartment Tent-door flap on front compartment unzips to use mesh panel for ventilation Organizer in front pocket with key clip Front flap adjusts for a bike helmet, an extra layer or shoes Dual-density backpanel Internal hydration sleeve and hose port Removable cell phone pocket Hipbelt pockets

- Moosejaw

The North Face Torrent Backpack fills about every need you can imagine for a day pack. From ventilating wet and sweaty gear to its hydration bladder sleeve and bike helmet compartment, the Torrent screams versatility.

- Backcountry Outlet

Designed for mid-weight loads, this pack finds itself biking to school, riding the bus, and taking a long hike on the weekend. Headphone port.Hydration sleeve.Helmet flap.Wet/dry compartment.Approx. 1850 cu. in.Integrated organizer.2 lb. <b>Closeouts</b>. Vietnam.

- Sierra Trading Post

The North Face Torrent


The Torrent has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$49.95 - $79.00

The North Face Torrent is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen September 8, 2006 at Moosejaw.

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