The North Face Zealot 70 - Women's

The North Face Zealot pack is a distance pack designed for comfort and functionality for longer treks. An X Radial frame and compression-molded foam back panel conform to your back providing a close and comfortable fit. An Opti Fit adjustment ensures a correct fit while a dual-pivot hipbelt and shoulder straps distribute your load equally. Channels run through the back panel to optimize breathability and moisture-wicking fabric on the shoulder straps and hip belt function to keep you dry on the trail.

Welded, waterproof ripstop 315 D auto-airbag fabric allow the bag to stand up to the elements. Stowable, deployable side water points provide versatility. Stash pockets on the belt hold all smaller necessities in an easy-to-reach fashion. 


  • Waterproof ripstop 315 D auto-airbag fabric
  • Lightweight X Radial frame 
  • Molded foam back panel
  • Anatomical hip belt and shoulder harness
  • Stowable, deployable side water points

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

This pack is made for the best-hiker in you. Constructed of bomber materials, without sacrificing comfort whatsoever, this pack is what you want to have when your out there for a week, and there's no shortage of gear to be lugged.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

The extendable Women\222s Zealot 70 Backpack from The North Face can carry up to seventy pounds of gear into the wilderness, but it won\222t feel like that much thanks to the super-adjustable women\222s-specific support system. A big pack is only as great as it feels on your back, and once you dial the Zealot\222s fit to match your individual torso size, all you\222ll feel is the cushy comfort and a palpable urge to hike into the unknown .


The ultimate backpack? The North Face Zealot Backpack is designed with no compromises to give you the most comfortable experience on the trail.


The North Face Women's Zealot 70


The Women's Zealot 70 has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$149.95 - $202.27

The North Face Women's Zealot 70 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen December 10, 2012 at SunnySports.

If you're looking for a new weekend pack (3,000 - 4,499 cu in), check out the best reviewed current models.

Recently on Trailspace

Congratulations, Top Gear Reviewers of 2016

Montane Minimus 777 Pull-On Review

Gofastandlight S-W-Airmat Low Cost Inflatable Pad Review

MSR Men's Lightning Trail Review

Zeal Slate Goggles Review

Ibex Meru Hat Review