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Known and loved around the world for its legendary durability, the original super-tough expedition duffel is now better than ever. With 95 litres of capacity, there’s plenty of space for all your clothes and gear.THE NORTH FACE
Known and loved around the world for its legendary durability, the original super-tough expedition duffel is now better than ever. With 95 litres of capacity, there’s plenty of space for all your clothes and gear.
The updated ergonomic alpine-cut shoulder straps minimise twisting to ensure hours of comfortable carrying, while new padded side handles serve as both duffel and haul handles for when you want to give your back a break.
A side zip pocket is the perfect place to stash a phone or travel documents for easy access while on the move, and no matter what you come up against, the durable laminate ballistic nylon construction will be as dependable as ever.
- New end-cap zippered compartment allows you to separate wet clothes, dirty shoes or extra gear without sacrificing volume
- Mesh sleeve pocket in end-cap compartment for additional organisation
- Detachable, adjustable, alpine-cut shoulder straps have been updated for a more ergonomic fit and to minimise twisting
- New padded side handles serve as both duffel carry handles and haul handles
- D-zip opening with a weather-resistant zipper flap
- Main compartment has a zippered mesh pocket
- Legendary rugged construction features water-resistant Base Camp material, extra bartacks and double stitching
- Four compression straps
- Water-resistant ID pocket on top
- Average weight: 1840 g
- Volume: 95 litres
- Dimensions: 40 cm x 70 cm x 40 cm
- Fabric: 1000D phthalate-free TPE fabric laminate, 840D Jr. ballistics nylon
The brand is founded by Douglas Tompkins, environmental activist, specializing in clothing and accessories for sport, mostly oriented towards the mountain activities, in 1964, it is not just a simple specialty shop. Nowadays, The North Face distributes clothing and lines of high-end and technical equipment more particularly for climbers, skiers, snowboarders, hiking excursionists and endurance athletes, but also clothing for daily use. The brand sells parkas, jackets, shoes and equipment such as backpacks, tents, and sleeping bags. Since 2000, the brand belongs to the American textile group VF Corporation, also owner of the Timberland brand. The North Face is one of the vectors of important growth for this group owner of several brands including Napapijri for the outdoor field.