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The North Face Conness 65 Backpack - Women's - 3966cu in

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    The key word is fit.

    If there's one thing  that The North Face Conness 65 Backpack focuses on, it's fit. The Conness is not only built around a women-specific frame, it's totally adjustable so it fits your specific body perfectly. The North Face's proprietary X-Radial frame is extremely strong, lightweight, and keeps your load super-stable for the most comfortable carry possible, no matter the size of the load or the size of your torso.
    • The North Face Opti-Fit X for a perfect fit and lots of ventilation
    • Next-Gen X-Radial frame is strong, light, and stable
    • Size-adjustable men-specific hip belt and harness
    • Comes in 2 torso sizes–XS/S and M/L
    • Top load for easy access to your gear
    • Removable lid converts to lumbar pack for quick, easy exploration
    • Tough 70D geo ripstop and polyurethane-coated nylon for weather resistance
    • Multiple pockets for easy organization and quick access
    • Dedicated sleeping bag compartment keeps your bedroom away from the rest of your gear
    • Multiple external pockets for quick access to essentials
    • Reflective elements to make you more visible in the evening
    • Item #TNF8121

    Tech Specs

    210D ripstop nylon, 630D nylon
    Opti-Fit X, X Radial frame, aluminum stays
    Hydration Compatible
    Detachable Lid
    top, panel
    [internal] multiple
    Sleeping Bag Compartment
    Claimed Weight
    [XS/S] 5 lb 10 oz, [M/L] 5 lb 12 oz
    15 x 9.5 x 27 in
    3966 cu in
    Recommended Use
    multi-day hikes
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Good backpack

    • Familiarity:I've put it through the wringer

    I've had this backpack for almost 6 months now and I think its been pretty good so far. This is my first backpacking backpack and I think it really caters well to those people who are buying their first pack because the back rest is adjustable, so if you're not 100% sure what your torso size is as long as you can get it in the ballpark you can fine tune the fit later. Its not as light as some other packs. I was considering an Osprey pack but I got this one on sale for a fair bit cheaper and I really love the bright red and yellow colorway. If you like to hike quickly and get ahead your partner will not lose you with this very bright pack on, and you do not have to worry so much about hiking during hunting season. :)

    I've used it so far only for 2 day trips (one I had it packed for 5 but we bailed), the 65 liter size is more than enough for overnighters and appropriate for 3-5 day trips. I take 1 star off because I feel that it isn't quite as comfortable as the Osprey Aura I had tried on, the shoulder straps could use a little more padding IMO.

    I like how there is a small zippered compartment you can access right from the outside and the little pockets on the hip straps. One reason I purchased this pack over some other ones is that not only is the brain removable, but it has its own buckle to turn it into a fanny pack! I got some compliments on the fanny pack... I can store a 2L water bladder in it so it holds plenty.

    I have been using this pack a lot more regularly for winter snowshoeing because it gives me more space to put extra layers in that a day pack doesn't give me. As far as sizing goes I am 5'7 and purchased the M/L.

    Good backpack

    Hi there,

    Looking for a 60+ alpine pack for women.

    Does this have ski straps and ice ace loops and crampon pocket? Is there another you'd recommend? Thanks j


    You could most likely put a ski on each side of this pack but there are not an ice axe loops or crampon pockets.

    The closest thing to what you've describe is the Osprey Kode ABS 42 but it is only a 42 Liter pack.

    Or the Gregory Denali 75 pack has ice axe loops and the option to carry skis in an A-frame configuration. But no crampon storage.

    Shoot me an email if you have more questions, I'd love to help you more!

    Jared D.

    Expert Gearhead

    800.409.4502 ext 4055