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The North Face Cinder 32 Pack is a climbing backpack for dragging your gear to the gym or out to your favorite rock. The Cinder stands up on the ground when you arrive so you canpull gear out without it falling over. The tough, durable bottom fabric keeps up with the abuse. Haul loops are load bearing so you can drag it up the cliff face after you. The top lid features a pocket for stashing small items so they won't disappear to the bottom of the bag. Compression straps surround the bag to cinch down your load or stash extra gear on the outside. A foam backpanel with center channel keep the back comfortable and cool. The foam shoulder straps and webbing hipbelt keep the pack lightweight and simple.
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FEATURES of The North Face Cinder 32 Pack
Stands up on its own for easy loading
Load-bearing haul loops
840D PU-coated nylon
28 x 22 x 60 in.
We only ship this brand to US Addresses.
Load-Lifter Straps, Sternum Strap, Hip Belt, Hydration Compatible
Rated 4 out of
Great Bag!!! Pretty Durable too.I have used this pack in Moab, UT for a week of spring break climbing and it has stood up pretty well. If you have a rack of any sort, you can clip it to the outside of the pack (at least most of it), otherwise get at least the 40L version. I carried this up through a couple chimneys on some towers and although it got a bit scratched up, mainly on the plastic around the bottom (which was expected), it held up beautifully and is still holding up well. The central gear loop is fantastic, big, and strong, and i can hook like 6 draws onto it or half my other gear, or you can use it as a handle to lift the bag. Whatever floats your boat. It isn't too hard to rig this baby up with a water bladder if you want to, and it's comfortable enough for a haul bag. if you want to use this as a day pack for heavy items and long hikes, I would look more at real day-pack than this. Overall: buy it! or not. I'm not forcing you.