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The North Face Verto 27 Backpack

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When lightweight performance could mean the difference between success and failure on your high-alpine push, rely on our updated Verto 27 for classic support. The lightweight and compressible design lets you move with speed and carry the pack within another backpack for versatility. High-tenacity nylon fabric ensures durability against jagged rock faces, while 360-degree reflectivity keeps you visible during those low-light climbs. Part of the Summit Series™ collection – the world’s finest alpine equipment.

  • Average weight
  • 453 g
  • Volume
  • 27 litres
  • 210D high-tenacity nylon
  • Removable frame sheet
  • Tool keepers with covered tips
  • Detachable, flip-forward lid with lid pocket
  • Reflective hits for 360 degrees of reflectivity
  • Lightweight and compressible design lets you carry the pack within another backpack
  • Flap under lid protects the pack’s contents when the lid is removed
  • Hydration sleeve
Product Code: E1314343

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