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Overview

About The North Face Yavapai Backpack

Closeouts. The North Face Yavapai backpack holds its own on campus and on the trail. Two compartments hold a laptop, tablet and hydration, and the mesh-padded back panel offers plenty of support.

Specs

Specs about The North Face Yavapai Backpack

  • Pack material: Nylon
  • Frame type: Internal
  • Frame material: Polyethylene sheet
  • Pack loading: Panel
  • Laptop compatible: Yes
  • Laptop compartment fits up to: 15"
  • Recommended use: Daypack
  • Dimensions: 19x13x6.5"
  • Pack capacity: 1830 cu.in.
  • Volume liters: 30
  • Weight: 2 lb. 10 oz.
  • Made in Viet Nam
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  • US shipments only

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4.250000 5 Overall Rating: 4.3 Based on 4 reviews

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Verified Buyer Reviewed by Linda from Texas on Monday, September 26, 2016
Looks very nice and well made. Lots of pockets and fits nicely on my back. I'm 5'5'' tall.
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About The North Face

Believe it or not, The North Face story didn’t begin on a high-altitude ascent. It actually began in San Francisco at less than 200 feet above sea level. However, what started as a neighborhood mountaineering shop has since evolved into an industry-leading, award-winning outdoor equipment and apparel brand. Since its inception more than 40 years ago, The North Face has grown to include clothing and gear designed for nearly every type of adventure, from alpine skiing to backpacking to trail running. Today, The North Face jackets and pants are chosen by world-class athletes, and The North Face rugged boots help carry explorers through the toughest terrain, from the icy slopes of Everest to Utah’s Green River basin.