The North Face Angstrom 30 Backpack is a super light and versatile technical pack that will help you rock out a weekend adventure. This North Face pack offers a 33 liter capacity while weighing in at 1 pound 14 ounces, and features dual-density Airmesh shoulder harness and hipbelt so it doesn't sacrifice anything when it comes to your level of comfort. The Angstrom 30 includes a rain cover to help keep water off the pack in crappy weather, and is hydration compatible with a padded universal sleeve and large, stretch woven side water bottle pockets so you can stay hydrated on an extended hike or adventure race.
|Capacity: :||2014 cu. in.|
|Catalog Number: :||CT39-226930|
|Climbing Gear Loops:||0|
|Dimension:||21 x 13 x 9" / 53 x 33 x 22 cm|
|Dimensions: :||21" x 13" x 9"|
|Ice Axe Loops:||2|
|Linear Inches: :||43"|
|Material: :||210HT ripstop Cordura® nylon, 70D ultralight 210T ripstop nylon|
|Pack Fabric (Primary):||210HT nylon ripstop70D ultralight 210T nylon ripstop|
|Pockets:||1 front stretch, 2 side water bottle|
|Rain Cover:||yes, integrated into pocket|
|Recommended Use:||fastpacking, hiking|
|Support / Suspension:||E-VAP|
|Torso Length:||One size|
|Volume:||2014 cubic inches / 33 liter|
|Weight:||1 lb 14 oz / 850 g|
|The North Face Angstrom 20 Pack||$98.95|
Bought this one to take with me on holiday trips where we go first by plane.
- takes little space in your bag
- many useful pockets and adjustment possibilities
- integrated rain cover
- access to side pockets where you can put the water bottles is possible without taking off the backpack
- the material is very lightweight, it seems that it can get punctuated easily
- backplate could be designed a with more airflow
Overall a very good backpack - for holiday use - for erveryday i would buy one with more sturdy material.
This pack has given me everything I asked for when I purchased a year ago. I basically use it when hiking, biking, and skiing. The things I like the most is that it is light weight, that huge drop-in pocket, the adjustments and support, and camelbak capacity. Materials aren't super sturdy but they seem durable. The rain cover is a nice touch but when I really needed it, it kept detaching from the top.
This pack was exactly what I was looking for to day hike around the Smoky Mountains! Its laid out and designed well and has the right features to make it very functional. I have taken it on several hikes of 6-8 miles and its built in rain cover has been handy a few times around waterfalls! This is a comfortable pack and I am glad I bought it every time I use it!