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The North Face
25L backpack
Innovative
Lightweight edition
Moulded shoulder straps
Ejector tab
Quality

The North Face

25L Access O2 Backpack

R1,999

Retail: R4,800

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Our most innovative backpack was created with the modern-day commuter in mind, and now we’re bringing you a lightweight edition. The updated FlexVent™ suspension system features a flexible yoke built from custom injection-molded shoulder straps, an unbelievably comfortable, padded mesh back panel, and a highly breathable lumbar panel for maximum breathability all day long.

Product Features
  • The laptop-ejector handle lifts your laptop out of its pocket for quick access
  • Stand-up construction
  • The main compartment effortlessly springs open with a push of the custom-designed button for quick and easy access
  • Ejector tab in the fleece-lined tablet pocket ejects your device with just a pull
  • Two external, vertical zippers are protected by the foam frame Integrated ladderlocks in the shoulder straps allow for seamless adjustability
  • The updated FlexVent™ suspension system features a flexible yoke built from custom injection-molded shoulder straps, an unbelievably comfortable, padded mesh back panel and a highly breathable lumbar panel for maximum breathability all day long
  • The spring steel frame and foam body provide extra protection for your gear
Product Specifications
  • Style: NF0A3KUR
  • Volume: 25L
  • Dimensions: 5cm x 31.75cm x 17.8cm
  • Laptop sleeve: 39.4cm x 26.7cm
  • Average weight: 1720g
  • Fabric: 400D Nylon/Polyester Heather Emboss
  • Guarantee: 2 year warranty

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