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Bring everything but the kitchen sink.
Bring all of your outerwear, clothing, and camping accessories with the cavernous capacity of The North Face Women's Fovero 70 Backpack. Large enough to hold 70-pounds worth of gear on long-distance treks, the Fovero 70 is ideal for week-long trips deep into the backcountry. This top-loading pack features ten-plus pockets with handy features, such as a detachable top lid that converts into a daypack, a separate sleeping bag compartment, and breathable beaver-tail pocket for drying wet clothes and gear.
Its three-point compression straps cinch tightly to reduce overall bulk, and the Opti-Fit suspension system bolsters heavy loads. Additionally, you'll find its hydration-compatible design enables convenient drinking (with separate hydration bladder). Plus, the hip belt pockets facilitate quick retrieval of small necessities such as your compass and map, trail snacks, or smartphone.
- Ten-plus total pockets
- Holds up to 70-pounds of gear
- Opti-Fit suspension system (adjustable)
- Adjustable sternum strap with whistle
- Three-point compression straps
- Dedicated sleeping bag compartment
- Top lid converts into daypack
- External-access tool pockets
- Breathable beaver-tail pocket
- Hip belt pockets
- Rain cover
- Q & A
Technical pack? Not so much.
- Familiarity: I returned this product before using it
I got this pack to go mountaineering. It's described as a technical pack, but when I was packing it up to go, I realized there is NO WHERE TO PUT AN ICE AXE! Don't make the same mistake I did. REI makes a very similar pack with ice axe loops, so I'm going to have to return this one and head over to try on that one. Mountain trip is not happening today :-( C'mon, The North Face... seriously almost every backpack has ice axe loops!