The North Face Access Pack

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Many backpacks have pockets for laptops and tablets, but the new Access Pack is specifically designed to provide easy access to contents through a series of innovative features. Made by The North Face, the backpack is sturdy and has a modern design with a geometric-inspired frame and ribbed details on the front, combining function and style in a clever design. The main compartment opens with a simple touch of a button, thanks to the ingenious spring-loaded mechanism. Inside, three pockets boasting soft fleece lining come in different sizes to hold a laptop, tablet, and phone. All of these compartments come with practical ejector tabs that will conveniently eject the devices in one smooth motion by elevating the interior lining. On the exterior, two zippered pockets provide storage space for items that need to be within reach. The straps are adjustable and the FlexVent suspension system offers more comfort and support, as well as better ventilation. Made with a steel frame that protects the contents and a lightweight foam body, the backpack weighs just over four pounds, making it a perfect choice for urban commuters and cyclists in equal measure. The Access Pack was launched on the 25th of April 2016 but has already sold out in both the heather black and heather gray color options. You can order it when it’s back in stock, at the end of May. Images courtesy of The North Face.

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