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The North Face Terra 65L Backpack

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    14 Reviews


    A backpack that fits the contours of your back perfectly.

    The North Face engineered its Terra 65 Backpack with the easy-to-use Optifit suspension system to give you a fully adjustable fit before you hit the trail for a weekend. An included tool measures the length of your back so you can match the Optifit system in the backpack to your exact measurements for a tailored fit to keep you completely comfortable while hiking. The back panel, hip belt, and shoulder harness have a good amount of padding to give you a more cushioned ride on the trail. The North Face lined the hip belt with mesh and integrated vertical channels within the back panel to provide all the breathability you need in warmer weather.

    The Terra 65 has the traditional top access to the main compartment as well as a huge zippered side entry so you can grab another layer quickly even if it's in the middle of the pack. It features a port for your own water reservoir, a zippered sleeping bag compartment, one zippered top for your keys, wallet, and phone, and two zippered hip belt pockets for anything you want while hiking like sunscreen or some snacks. Two stretch side pockets are perfect for water bottles or trash you find on the trail.

    • Optifit suspension fit system
    • Padded shoulder harness
    • Mesh-lined hip belt
    • Vertical channels on back panel
    • Top or side access points to main compartment
    • Hydration compatible (reservoir not included)
    • Zippered sleeping bag compartment
    • One zippered top, two zippered hip belt pockets
    • Two stretch side pockets
    • Item #TNF00D1

    Tech Specs

    600D polyester, 420D nylon ripstop, 1200D polyester
    [small/medium] 64L (3906cu in), [large/x-large] 66L (4028cu in)
    Shoulder Straps
    adjustable, padded
    Hydration Compatible
    Reservoir Included
    top, side
    1 zippered top, 2 zippered hipbelt, 1 zippered sleeping bag compartment, 2 stretch side
    [S/M] 26.4 x 12.4 x 12.2 in, [L/XL] 28.3 x 12.4 x 12.2 in
    Claimed Weight
    [S/M] 4 lb 5.8 oz, [L/XL] 4 lb 9.2 oz
    Recommended Use
    hiking & camping
    Manufacturer Warranty

    Tech Specs

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    Bang for the buck.

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This backpack was able to carry all of my gear on a 3-day backpacking trip up to the Cirque of the Towers. I wasn't impressed with the suspension system. After using the Anti-Gravity System from Osprey it is hard to like any other packs. I really felt the weight on my shoulders, no matter how I adjusted the straps. Storage was good, but I wasn't happy with the feel.

    Bang for the buck.

    Durable and tough

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I am a teenager who is the opposite of gentle on all of my equipment. This backapck has been hundreds of kilometers of backcountry canoe travel as well as many weekend trips and other then a small amount of wear it is as good as new. I would highley recomend this backpack to anyone looking for a great backpack at a extremely good price for what you are receiving.

    So good that I bought another one

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I searched high and low for a good overnight camping backpack. Some were nice quality but didn't fit well. Others fit well but had inconvenient pocket and zipper access. Others were too heavy when empty.
    I am 5' 9" and the L/XL Terra 65 can be adjusted perfectly for me. I have taken it out on about 6 overnight trips. It holds plenty of gear and has many convenient access points for easy access. It is easy to organize the things you need in the order you will need to use them. The straps are extremely adjustable and comfortable. The pack and the contents can be cinched securely with the included straps so nothing flops around while hiking. Overall, I have been so impressed with this pack that I recently bought another one on sale as a back-up if my primary pack ever fails. I might also just keep my back-up as a bug out bag if needed.
    If you are looking for a great, solid pack that keeps all your gear in check then look no further.

    The only negative for me was that I had to buy a separate rainfly... but those can be found fairly cheap so it was not a big problem.
    thank you

    Awesome Backpack

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    we had to get a pack for a camping trip and this was great! it fit everything we needed with a little extra space. Great compartments and storage and the comfort wasnt bad at all.

    Great pack!

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    Comfortable, simple, well thought out. Used this pack on a multi-day trek across Iceland as well as several shake down and training trips in Colorado this summer.

    Not too expensive, comfortable on your back, simple lay out... Pretty hard to find fault in the pack!

    weekend bag

      Perfect for 3 day or less backpacking trips! Anything longer does not really provide enough space for warm gear in cold months or food for a longer length of time. Shoulder and waste strapping is comfortable and pack has great access points. I love the main compartment's vertical side zip for easy access to any area in the pack too.

      Great pack

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      Took this on my first overnight backpacking trip on the peaks around Flagstaff. I had it fairly heavily packed (40 lbs +) but it felt great and hiked 10+ miles each day with no issues.

      Its awesome

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      This is my first large backpack and its the best one I have ever owned. Its like its part of my back! I filled it with about 40 lbs of weight and it handled it really well. I just wish there were more external small pockets and the expandable pocket on the side was big enough for my Nalgene bottle, its a really tight fit I'm worried it may rip. I was looking at a 50L pack but am glad I bought the 65L, the 50 would have been too small. Overall I LOVE this pack and wouldn't want another one!

      Near perfection

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      Great pack with one exception the shoulder straps compress nerves on front part of shoulder and cause tingling. Most likely an easy fix with "S" shaped straps.

      Unable to comment on weather resistance.

      Works for me!

      • Familiarity: I've used it once or twice and have initial impressions

      I bought this last weekend after doing a little research and desperately needing a backpack before hiking Skyline to the Sea Trail in California. I admit I could have done more research, but I think I was lucky enough to get the right tool for the job. This was my first time using/purchasing an internal frame and I must say� it is very comfortable. Their are some pros and cons to either internal or external frames, but if you improvise and do a little makeshifting, with the gear you bring, then it usually turns out well. It was perfect for the 35 mile hike I did over a 3 day (2 night) time period. I'm 5'10 and got size large as it seemed to have greater range for adjustment. I weigh 160lbs and managed to keep my pack weight around 30lbs. The sleeping bag pouch in the bottom fits an average size bag, but would be ideal with a slightly smaller mummy style bag. You can expect a tight squeeze if your bag is too big. It will also ride up into the upper compartment as it adjusts which may be a con or pro, but I still had plenty of room. The soulder to hip adjuster is a new feature on this model and I found it to work very well.

      The biggest pro I can think of was the overall convenience of pocket placement. The handy waist pockets were almost too easy to reach snackfood and anything else I put in there.�One con I could percieve being a problem for others might be the difficulty of tying any extra gear on to either the bottom or top. I would just say it's time to modernize. Most tents, stoves, sleeping bags, and anything else you need these days are small and comapactable enough to fit in 65 Liters.� I would feel comfortable taking this on a 4-5 day hiking trip.

      Love The North Face!!!

      • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

      The North Face makes spacious backpacks with full body support. The back and hip supports are unbeatable for the price, and I think the style is awesome as well.

      The design, at least in last years version of the Terra 65, made finding gear easy. There are zippers everywhere and The North Face never skimps on sturdy materials for those long hikes in the backcountry.

      Mine has lasted well into this year and its over a year old with TONS of use. I use it for rope and quick-draws for days at the crag and long hikes as well. I used it for part of the Colorado Trail during winter which was hardcore, and the bag was wonderful.

      I have also strapped skis to this bad boy and it fared VERY well.

      All in all, this is a great larger sized pack.

      Its definitely versatile!

      Get yourself one for sure! The price is right and The North Face and backcountry.com back their products. Thus, you've got nothing to lose checking this bag out.

      Love The North Face!!!

      Favorite pack ever!

      This is my favorite pack, though the one pictured is last years model.

      I can't imagine a ton has changed. The North Face always delivers stellar gear in my opinion.

      Favorite pack ever!

      Not sure what size to order. I'm '5"9 and torso size of about 20". My waist size isn't very large either so maybe the s/m?

      Unanswered Question

      In the video featuring this product is says that this backpack comes is Womens and youth sizes, yet in one of the other questions/answers a backcountry employee stated it was primarily designed for men... Which is it (for men or women)?

      Unanswered Question

      Does this pack have places to hang for extra gear to hang on pack. Can't really see it in photo

      Hi. I want to order the TerraPack 65, color blue, size S/M.
      It says I can only back order the item and that it will be available within 2 weeks.
      The thing is that I have been getting that message since the last week so, my question is, when will it be available?
      Is it still 2 weeks away?

      Unanswered Question

      Hi everyone! What about making a year trip with this bag? I'm traveling next year to South Asi, nz, australia, and who know what else! Would it work for a women? Im 1.72mts and 60kg! Thanks! :)

      hi. If this backpack has no raincover ...


      If this backpack has no raincover means no raincover pocket?

      Onemore thing, whats the difference to this other type of terra 65? all I know is ths one has a raincover and some pockets.


      thank you

If this backpack has no raincover ...

      Does the Terra 65 come with a Rain fly?

      Does the Terra 65 come with a Rain fly?