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The North Face Surge II Daypack


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Burnt Olive Green/Military Green
  • 420D nylon, 1680D ballistics nylon
  • FlexVent injection-molded shoulder straps with a top layer of Atilon foam for added support and bottom layer of PE foam for added comfort
  • Laptop Sleeve: 16.25x10.5x2"
  • Fabric: 420D nylon, 600D polyester print, 1680D ballistics nylon
  • Volume: 1953cuin (32 liters)
  • Weight: 3lb 1oz (1394 g)
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Product Description

FlexVent injection-molded shoulder straps with a top layer of Atilon foam for added support and bottom layer of PE foam for added comfort. _x001F_Comfortable, padded air-mesh back panel with Spine Channel and PE sheet for extra back support. _x001F_Integrated reflective light loop. _x001F_Padded, winged, stowable hipbelt. _x001F_Zippered, dedicated, padded laptop compartment. _x001F_Dedicated neoprene tablet sleeve. _x001F_Large main compartment. _x001F_Secondary compartment with organization. _x001F_Front tricot stash pocket. _x001F_Front vertical stash pocket. _x001F_Side-zippered power cord pocket. _x001F_Stretch woven side water bottle pockets. _x001F_Removable sternum strap.

Product Details

Size: One Size | Color: Burnt Olive Green/Military Green
  • Product Dimensions: 19.7 x 13.8 x 8.3 inches ; 3.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 3.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B00DHZN37W
  • Item model number: T0A92PM8N
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (146 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,570 in Sports & Outdoors (See Top 100 in Sports & Outdoors)
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Customer Reviews

North face did it right with this backpack!
Ltn1delsol
Overall, i'm very satisfied with it, and would definitely recommend it to anyone looking for a spacious backpack that can hold a laptop.
Matt
It's comfortable, has plenty of storage, and be packed up a lot.
JM

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

81 of 86 people found the following review helpful By Shanto on January 31, 2013
Color Name: TNF BlackSize Name: One Size
So after weeks of reading about backpacks and their practicality and so on, I decided on the Surge II and wont even look back!
Some people are saying this daypack is a waste of money and to purchase the Surge I instead. I would have to disagree
I am a college student and I also enjoy getting lost in the woods so this pack serves my every needs
A. Lets start with the first large compartment (laptop compartment)
1. Its huge and has a tablet compartment attached to it. I fit my 15" Macbook in there with a case and use the tablet compartment for my charger usually
2. Sorry but this compartment does not have a slit to run a bladder hose through but you can always just run it though an opening in a zipper if you really wanted
3. This compartment also has a foam tube on the bottom (2inch in diameter) for protection(I just drop my bag to the floor even with my laptop in it when i set it down honestly)
B. The next large compartment is your main compartment,
1. For day hikes, I fill this thing to the top with food, clothes, gear, and usually one very large jacket for the night hike back.
2. For school i could fit my biology and physics text book in there (each is about 300 pages) plus my binders and notebooks with enough space to add my sweater on top, ITS HUGE!
C. Here's your organizational pocket
1. velcro compartment, attached to a pocket the same size which is zippered, attached to two other pocket, (could fit a CD case in each) plus other small compartments including a padded pocket for something more delicate like an iphone perhaps.
2. The front side of the pocket has a mesh zipper compartment which is nice because you can always see what you got in there.
D.
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19 of 21 people found the following review helpful By aznology on September 21, 2013
Color Name: TNF BlackSize Name: One Size Verified Purchase
Some background information: I'm a highschool senior who lives in NYC, so there is a lot of walking between transportation stations and my school. And I bought this backpack mainly for its weight distribution properties and will keep you guys updated as I plan to use this amazing bag in college.

Pros: (well the ones not mentioned or highlighted by anyone else because if I listed them all then there will be no room).
1) The weight distribution is like magic stuff in 3 text books and still feels like nothing... What sorcery is this TNF??!!!
2) Its sooo spacious it feels like a black hole where you just jam your stuff and it will reappear later. It can easily fit 3 text books or in clothing terms around a dozen t shirts and a pair of pants and still have room for a laptop and water bottle.
3) There is this little tube that protects the laptop compartment from dropping impact.
4) The napoleon pockets (I think its just so cool to say napoleon pockets) anyways just store your keys and other objects you need to quickly access.
5) The straps on the side to condense your luggage works really well. Since we're talking about straps might as well mention the chest and back straps they hold the bag so it feels like its hugging your back (which can be useful in the winter for warmth) but its better used if you're running to that one bus or riding a bike around campus.
6) The aesthetics (for the black one) is very pleasing for the person who wants to look "professional" like a businessman by day and a errrr hitman by night type of person. Very sleek doesn't stand out thats how I like it but if you want to be all flashy then there are plenty of other colors like gold so it can match your iphone...
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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful By WarMaterial on March 24, 2012
Color Name: TNF BlackSize Name: One Size
This is my first review of any product I have ever owned. I just want to say that I have had this backpack for more than 3 years. I had a 19 inch laptop which fit in the laptop compartment and I had no problems going through airports, trains, buses, taxis and walking through just about everywhere. I used this backpack when I first entered Basic training 3 years ago and from there I have been using it every day in my travels from Iraq, Japan, Singapore, Philippines and during long trips and stopovers this backpack is very convenient even when fully loaded. Oh and now I have a MacBook Pro and it feels like I can put so much more stuff in there now. I usually carry My Macbook Pro, Bose portable speaker, Chargers/external hard drive/wires for everything, a bottle of Liquor and other things inside it and water bottles on the side compartments and this bag instantly carries my party wherever I go! Usually to the beach. And through all of this I just gave it an inspection and there are no Tears or Rips. It feels comfortable every time I wear it with both shoulders and only in the Mesh from the Side pocket is ripped because I must have put my knife in there on accident bit it is still useful for holding a water bottle or my work gloves. If I had to buy another backpack I would not hesitate to get this again.
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8 of 8 people found the following review helpful By JM on January 10, 2014
Had this pack about 6 months and so far it's been rock solid. It's comfortable, has plenty of storage, and be packed up a lot. Take this to work, school, and it's been on at least one trip without issue.

There's only two concerns with this pack. The first is the issue of water resistance. It's pretty water resistant in terms that some zippers have weather flaps (but the laptop compartment is missing that but made up for by a thick inner piece that sits inside the zipper track when closed to keep water out a bit) and while the pack will quickly look soaked, you'll find in light to moderate rain after 15-20 minutes there's only a small amount of moisture inside (so most of your stuff will be dry). I've been meaning to apply waterproof spray to this to improve weather resistance. It's resistant to bad weather but not waterproof.

The other concern is in regards to school use. This has deep compartments. So the main compartment I've fit boots, and two days worth of clothes with a hoodie in it. But it's because the compartments are deep. Books tend to go one in front of the other so space runs out quick for books unless you pile books on top of each other which could damage the books. Not a dealbreaker but this pack feels more designed for trips and packing clothes/laptop and not a ton of books. Also while the mini compartments in the front compartment with zippered pouches and sleeves are nice, when the bag is jammed to capacity this can make it hard to get things out of these mini compartments. Again, not a dealbreaker but I'd prefer a simpler system with fewer little pouches, sleeves, etc inside.

TNF does pay attention to small details which is nice. There's an emergency whistle on one strap. There's stow sleeves for the lower body strap.
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