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The North Face Terra Pack
Item No. 249397
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The North Face Terra Pack

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Item No. 249397
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Additional Information
Built with the easy-to-use OPTIFIT suspension system, The North Face Terra 65 Pack offers a customized fit, better load control, and maintains great ventilation. The Terra 50 Pack is slimmer, lighter, and engineered for managing large loads with ease and comfort through multi-day adventures.

Each pack's top-loading design features a huge zippered side entry to the main compartment for quick and extra-easy access to your gear, while the separate zippered sleeping bag compartment and over 7 other well-placed pockets provide even more organized storage. Add in the durable fabrics, padded comfort, and extra-secure strapping, and these technical packs by The North Face are clearly crafted for the high-level performance we need in the outdoors.

Storage Capacity and Design
• Terra 65: technical pack with 65-liter capacity and over 7 additional pockets, great for multi-day trips
• Terra 50: 50-liter capacity and over 7 additional pockets, great for weekend or shorter multi-day trips

• Top-loading design with zippered side entry to main compartment for quick, easy access
• Separate zippered sleeping bag compartment on bottom for ease and extra organization
• Dual zippered pockets on hip belt keep valuables safe and close-at-hand
• Side pockets for water bottles, snacks, or other extra items
• Zippered pockets on front panel for even more organized storage
• Ice axe/trekking pole loops and other attachment points for gear
• 600D polyester/420D mini-ripstop nylon/1200D polyester construction for durability

Fit and Support
• Terra 65: OPTIFIT suspension offers customized fit and better load control while maintaining ventilation
• Terra 50: Single Stay suspension for easy, adjustable, user-friendly and -specific fit

• Padded back panel with breathable air mesh lining
• Vertical Ventilating Channel on back panel for long-lasting, cool, and dry comfort
• Shoulder straps are sleek, anatomical, and padded to ensure a cozy fit
• Hip belt is padded, lined with soft air mesh, and anatomically designed for even load spreading

Additional Features
• Buckle and compression straps help keep load secure and compact
• Hydration-compatible interior with exit port for tube (reservoir not included)
• Over 7 additional pockets throughout pack including on hip belt, front panel, and sides

TNF Terra 65 Specs
• Capacity: 66 Liters / 4028 cubic in.
• Dimensions: 11" x 6.3" x 19.3"
• Fits Torso: 15-22"
• Fits Waist: 28-42"
• Weight: 4 lbs., 9.2 oz.

TNF Terra 50 Specs
• Capacity: 52 Liters / 3173 cubic in.
• Dimensions: 27.6" x 11.8" x 11.8"
• Fits Torso: 16-21"
• Fits Waist: 28-42"
• Weight: 3 lbs., 15.7 oz.
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  • 65- and 50-liter packs great for rugged multi-day
  • Top-load design w/ easy-access zippered side entry
  • 65's custom-fit OPTIFIT system boosts load control
  • 50's Single Stay suspension gives cozy fit
  • Padded mesh back panel with ventilation channel
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Lots of space, but uncomfortable. Took this pack on a 33 mile hike on the Virginia AT and then a super easy going 15 mile trip in Maine this past summer. I really like all of easy access pockets and side access zipper, but for the life of me I could not adjust this pack to be comfortable for me. I'm 5'2" and around 115 lbs and I got the size s/m. I tried so many different shoulder, waist, and torso adjustments and it would never stay in place on my hips unless I had the waist so tight it hurt. It always ends up sliding a bit down my butt after a few miles, giving me bad hip pains. It just never felt very secure. Also, the mesh on the back and shoulder straps gave me abrasion burns if I wore a sports bra or tank top. I don't know, maybe it's just my body type and the s/m is still too big for me.
Date published: 2017-11-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Okay pack. Needs reworked. Here's what I didn't like about this pack: The bottom compartment has a separator which is totally useless for small items as the gaps along the sides allow things to fall straight to the bottom. Really sucks when you've got short arms. This would be better served with a zippered divider. The chest straps are a very weak design. Pulled mine completely off the pack as we were heading out for a 36 mile three excursion. The hip belt tightening system could definitely use a redesign as you currently lack the leverage needed to pull these tight while the pack is on. I've seen other packs with different tightening mechanisms and they really seem to give you the leverage needed to get this cinched just right and after I had broken my chest strap trying to tighten it I was afraid to pull the straps tighter. It's also super difficult to pull these straps when they are wet weather it's because of the material or the direction you're forced to pull I can't tell. This will be going back to the store and I will be choosing a different pack.
Date published: 2018-08-24
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Very Good - But Poor Ventilation I bought this backpack to wear for walking the Camino de Santiago in Spain. There is plenty to like about this backpack. It fit everything I wanted to bring and then some. It was comfortable and good for long treks. However, if I had one area where I feel the Terra 65 let me down was "ventilation" - as in, there is none. I'm a fairly hairy fellow and I realize that this causes me to sweat a fair amount on long walks. Because of this, I wear merino wool and synthetic shirts with greater moisture-wicking properties. Well, all the moisture wicking in the world means nothing if it gets wicked from the shirt, hits the back of the backpack and goes nowhere from there. My wife, on the other hand, used another brand of backpack that had webbing and a gap between her back and the back of her backpack and she had no problems whatsoever. So, if you're going to be using this backpack in hotter, more humid climates, it may not be for you. But if you're in more temperate or cooler locations, then you should have no complaints.
Date published: 2017-08-20
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