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Litus 22 RC Rucksack
Litus 22 RC Rucksack
Litus 22 RC Rucksack
Litus 22 RC Rucksack
Colour: Rage Red/High Risk Red
Rage Red/High Risk Red
Asphalt Grey/TNF Black
£95,00
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A fully featured technical backpack with a sleek design, the Litus 22 RC Rucksack from The North Face lives for peak bagging, day hikes and fast-and-light ascents. The 22-litre capacity and exterior webbing make it easy to stash and lash gear as you go. On the back, a NextVent suspended mesh back panel keeps you cool, comfortable and supported as you pick up the pace over challenging terrain. Stow and go – in style!

  • Capacity: 22L
  • Fabric
    • Body: 100D Geo
    • Boot: 210D GeoBlock
  • NextVent suspended-mesh back panel with PE sheet
  • Deep zipper access to the main body
  • Vented-foam package
  • External face pocket
  • Internal security pocket
  • 2 tool keepers
  • Hip belt pockets
  • Webbing lash points
  • Hydration sleeve
  • Large overstuff beaver tail
  • Weight:
    • S/M: 737 g
    • L/XL: 765 g
Product Code: E1314341

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