The North Face Verto 26

The North Face Verto 26 is a lightweight, athletic pack suitable for quick summit pushes or day hikes. Durable, 100 D ripstop nylon cargo chute fabric is tough and designed for lasting use. The Verto features two zippered pockets and one water bottle pocket. This North Face pack packs into its own pocket to save space for summits or quick adventures off the trail. External attachment loops can carry ice tools or trekking poles, and a frameless construction allows it to double as a sleeping bag stuffsack.  

Leave the heavy pack at basecamp and bring this lightweight pack along with your necessities. A nylon strap waist belt aids in keeping the Verto close to your body during athletic pursuits, and reflective branding points make the pack visible at night.


  • 100 D ripstop cargo chute fabric
  • Compression system lets pack double as a sleeping bag stuffsack
  • Two zippered compartments and one water bottle pocket
  • Packs into own pocket to save space
  • Hydration compatible


Weight 11 oz
Capacity 1600 cu in
Length 20 in
Width 11 in
Height 6 in



Very clever idea. The thing that can be used as compresor…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Source: bought it new
Price Paid: 50 euro


Very clever idea. The thing that can be used as compresor bag for the sleeping bag is GREAT.


  • Very well constructed

I saw it in Globetrotter internet page and I love it from the first time. It is a GREAT idea that you can put your sleeping bag in there and use it as a summit backpack when you set a base camp.  I use it in Olympus mountain but on the beach too.

The North Face Verto 26


The North Face Verto 26 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen July 22, 2016 at The North Face.

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