With well thought out features such as a zippered, padded bottom power-cord pocket and dedicated, zippered padded laptop compartment, The North Face Surge Laptop Backpack for Women is the gear savvy and travel ready pack you've gotta have. Packing enough capacity (2015 in /33 liters) to handle all your gear on a big day around town, or a dawn to dust outdoor excursion, this daypack is ready for the adventures in life that come your way. Rigged with women specific FlexVent injection-molded shoulder straps, padded Airmesh back panel with Spine Channel and PE Sheet for extra back support, padded – winged – stowable hipbelt and a BackSaver bottom panel, this electronics considered pack lets your gear-up a heavy load without geeking out. Backpacking carry features included a large main compartment, secondary compartment with organization, secure frontside electronics organization pocket, and stretch woven side water-bottle pockets. Endorsed by the American Chiropractic Association (ACA), The North Face Women's Surge Laptop Backpack is all you'll ever need for city toting and backcountry roaming. Surge on!
Created with a female-specific frame, this Women's Borealis Laptop Backpack from The North Face is ideal for moderate class loads and casual day hikes. With a 1,650-cubic-inch capacity, the Women's Borealis Laptop Backpack easily accommodates a 15-inch laptop, a couple of textbooks and lecture notes in the main compartment. There are also mesh side compartments for water bottles and sealable commuter coffee mugs. The Borealis Laptop Backpack utilizes female-specific FlexVent injection-molded shoulder straps and a supportive Spine Channel back panel. These features make the Women's Borealis Laptop Backpack hugely popular with women frustrated by the sizing shortcomings associated with bargain-bin or deep-discount unisex backpacks. One key caveat to consider is the capacity inside the Borealis Laptop Backpack. If you carry around thick college textbooks with your laptop, you might find the confines a bit constricting compared to larger capacity women's backpacks from The North Face. If this is a potential concern, compare the features in the Borealis with the slightly roomier Women's Recon Backpack from The North Face.