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The North Face Terra 35L Backpack

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$83.37 $138.95

Item #TNF00D3

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Tech Specs

Material:
600D polyester, 420D nylon ripstop, 1200D polyester
Volume:
38L (2319cu in)
Support/Suspension:
aluminum stays
Hydration Compatible:
yes
Access:
top
Pockets:
multiple
Dimensions:
25.4 x 11 x 10.6in
Claimed Weight:
[small/medium] 3lb 7,7oz, [medium/large] 3lb 10.5oz
Recommended Use:
overnight camping, day hiking
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

Small and sturdy.

The North Face Terra 35 Backpack is a lightweight pack that's ideal for day hikes and overnight trips to favorite off-the-grid locations. Small enough to trek over rough and rugged terrain, this pack won't inhibit you from covering serious ground on day hikes. No stranger to being maxed out either, the anatomically correct shoulder harness and load-spreading hip belt support hefty loads when seeking solitude for an evening in the wilderness.

Seven total pockets hold a wide variety of camping and hiking essentials, and six lash points conveniently clip on-trail accessories and tools. An improved sleeping bag compartment allows for easy access without disturbing the pack's contents. Additionally, a vertical back channel promotes air circulation when trudging through oppressive heat and stifling humidity.

  • Anatomically correct shoulder harness
  • Vertical channel promotes air circulation
  • Anatomically correct, load-spreading hip belt
  • Improved access to sleeping bag via zippered compartment
  • Seven total pockets
  • Six lash points
  • Reviews
  • Q & A

Is this a youth or adult pack?

Hey Kevin,



This is an adult pack!

Unanswered Question

Does this pack have hip pockets?

Excellent chooise!!!

    great backpack, better than expected !!!

    Tough and comfortable

    • Familiarity: I've used it several times

    I picked this up before a hiking/backpacking trip in the Uinta Mountains here in Utah. The straps are nicely padded. The padding on the hip straps almost seemed too much until I loaded it up with overnight gear, then I was glad to have the extra padding. It got dragged up to the top of Lamotte Peak (12,720') via the steep west-facing drainage, where it got scraped around a lot, and held up just fine. A nice pack.

    Tough and comfortable

    Hi Eilidh's. Does the Terra 35 have tent or sleeping bag compartment at the bottom of the pack? Like a handle that you can tie it out. Also, does it have pockets at each side of the waist belt? It seems that it doesn't have right? Thanks.

    3 years in still going strong

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    I got this pack three years ago and I've used it in all four seasons. Big enough for the winter i can fill the pack put my jacket on top and attach my snow shoes to it. Its really comfortable and adjust well. love the large telescoping central pocket and the top and bottom access pockets. The smaller pockets are great for holding important things like keys, camera and wallet. Haven't found anything I cant do with this pack!!!

    Hi Ryan. Does the Terra 35 have tent or sleeping bag compartment at the bottom of the pack? Like a handle that you can tie it out. Also, does it have pockets at each side of the waist belt? It seems that it doesn't have right? Thanks.

    Well this is more of a large day pack than a backpacking backpack, they built their day packs to be a smaller replica of their backpacking backpack. It has a compartment for a sleeping bag but I haven't found it big enough to hold anything warmer than a 40 degree bag. A lot of the features your looking for are on their backpacking backpack. The backpacking backpacks are larger and have a little more features. If you really want a north face pack I would look at the Conness 70 which has a pair of external straps on the bottom of the back for a tent or sleeping pad. The Terra 65 also is good it just doesnt have the bottom strap. heres a link to find these packs

    http://www.backcountry.com/backpacking-backpacks?p=brand%3AThe%5C+North%5C+Face&nf=1

    Which size should I get? I'm about...

    Which size should I get? I'm about 5'11".

    Best Answer

    Pack size does not depend on height, it depends on torso size. To find your torso length, measure from the C7 vertebra (the big one at the base of your neck), down your spine to the line between the top of your hips. Once you find this measurement, refer to the size chart.



    Hope this helps!

    The North Face

    Backpacks
    Men's
     S / ML / XLONE SIZE
    Hipbelt Size Range

    28 - 34in

    (71.1 - 86.4cm)

    34 - 42in

    (86.4 - 106.7cm)

    28 - 40in

    (71.1 - 101.6cm)

    Torso Size Range

    (Fixed)

    16 - 19in

    (40.6 - 48.3cm)

    18 - 21in

    (45.7 - 53.3cm)

    17 - 20in

    (43.2 - 50.8cm)

    Torso Size Range

    (Adjustable)

    15 - 20in

    (38.1 - 50.8cm)

    17 - 22in

    (43.2 - 55.9cm)

     

    Women's
     XS / SM / LONE SIZE
    Hipbelt Size Range

    24 - 30in

    (61 - 76.2cm)

    30 - 36in

    (76.2 - 91.4cm)

    24 - 35in

    (61 - 88.9cm)

    Torso Size Range 

    (Fixed)

    14 - 17in

    (35.6 - 43.2cm)

    16 - 19in

    (40.6 - 48.3cm)

    15 - 18in

    (38.1 - 45.7cm)

    Torso Size Range

    (Adjustable)

    13 - 18in

    (33 - 45.7cm)

    15 - 20in

    (38.1 - 50.8cm)

     

    How to Measure:
    Torso:
    -Have a friend locate the bony bump at the base of your neck, where the slope of your shoulder meets your neck. This is your 7th cervical vertebra (C7). Tilt your head forward to locate it more easily. This is the top of your torso length.
    -Place your hands on top of your hips bones, with fingers point forward, thumbs in back. This it eh "shelf" on which your pack will rest. The middle of an imaginary line drawn between your thumbs is the bottom of your torso length.
    -Using the tape measure, your friend should measure the distance between the C7 and the imaginary line between your thumbs. Be sure you stand up straight when being measured. You know should have your torso length.
    Hipbelt:
    Measure around your waist just above your hips.