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The North Face Roo II Lumbar Pack - 185cu in

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Take it all with you.

Make like a marsupial and strap on The North Face Roo II Lumbar Pack. Your little Joey might not fit in there, but it will certainly carry all those small items that make your pockets bulge in an unflattering way. So, go ahead; load it up with your wallet, phone, keys, point-and-shoot, a paperback, and a packet of honey-roasted peanuts. Carrying these essentials around is a breeze thanks to the Roo II's improved fit and cushy back panel.
  • Dimensions: 7 x 11 x 4.3in
  • Item #TNF6468

Tech Specs

600D polyester, 1200D polyester
3 L
Hydration Compatible
1 front stash
Claimed Weight
7 oz
Recommended Use
hiking, everyday
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Tech Specs

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  • Familiarity: I gave it as a gift but have feedback to share

I went on a search for a new fanny pack for my husband. It was impossible to find one in a store so I went on line. This appears to be the right size and color. The quality is good. He hasn't used it yet however I believe he will be very happy with it and I am too!

Great pack for a short hike!

  • Familiarity: I've used it several times

I bought this pack to go on short day hikes with my pug. I wanted something that could carry a small bottle of water and a granola bar, along with my car keys. The bag is perfect for a casual hike, and I ended up using it as a "purse" type bag for days in the city, as well!

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