The North Face Iron Peak Backpack Review
The Iron Peak Backpack, from The North Face, is a versatile everyday pack. Importantly, the main compartment features a padded slimline laptop sleeve and a secure valuables pouch. Furthermore, the Iron Peak has adjustable shoulder straps and a ventilating back panel for carrying comfort. For more, read the full 2021 North Face Iron Peak Backpack review below.
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Size: 21" H x 14" W x 3" D
Volume: 28 L
Laptop Sleeve: Yes
Side Pockets: Two
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The practical North Face Iron Peak is an eye-catching backpack. Key features of the Iron Peak Backpack include a reflective bike-light loop for visibility at night, convenient side water bottle tabs, and a quick stash front pocket for convenient storage.
When it comes to comfortable carrying support, the Iron Peak doesn’t disappoint. Like the North Face Borealis, the Iron Peak Backpack features compression fitted shoulder straps and a padded air-mesh back panel for maximum support and ventilation.
TNF’s Iron Peak Backpack is made of tough 500D Cordura for long-lasting use. For additional protection, the Iron Peak features a tough internal nylon lining. Importantly, The North Face offer a Lifetime Product Warranty on their products, ensuring the item is free of material and manufacturing defects.
The stylish North Face Iron Peak Backpack is a great buy. In comparison to a similarly priced counterpart, such as the North Face Surge, the Iron Peak Backpack offers convenient storage and lightweight usability. Additionally, the laptop compartment of the Iron Peak Backpack is well padded and finished with a fleece lining for secure electronic device transportation.
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✔ Adjustable shoulder straps ✔ Ventilating air-mesh back panel ✔ Padded laptop sleeve ✔ Large main compartment with secure velcro pocket ✔ Fleece-lined tablet storage sleeve ✔ 360° reflective panel ✔ Padded top carry handle ✔ Sternum strap
21″ (H) x 14″ (W) x 3″ (D) 28 L (V)
In this comparison between the North Face Iron Peak Backpack and the North Face Surge Backpack, the Surge comes out ahead. Notably, it has a style and durability advantage and is better overall value for money.
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