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The North Face Women's Enduro Boa Hydration Pack The North Face Women's Enduro Boa Hydration Pack

The North Face Women's Enduro Boa Hydration Pack

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  • This past seasons' Fall 2011 Enduro Boa Hydration Pack comes with an extremely comfortable shoulder harness and a 50-ounce hydration reservoir attachment. The pack is form-fitting with a stretch hip belt and a Velcro closure. The breathable mesh will help keep your temperature regulated while the hip-belt pockets will allow you to store away any personal items.

    • Unique E-VAP™ shoulder harness
        - Moves abrasion away from shoulders
    • Easy-to-reach shoulder mounted Boa dial provides liquid slosh control
    • 50-ounce hydration reservoir
        - Magnetic clip attachment
    • Breathable mesh
    • Large exterior pocket
    • Removable zippered hip-belt pockets
    • Stretch hip belt
        - Low profile Velcro closure
        - Form-fitting
    • 100% Nylon
    • Imported


  • 2.5 star rating (3 Reviews)

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  • rating star
    By from
    on 9/21/2012
    Feels true to size

    For running or hiking, this backpack is perfect. The water bag is much more convenient than the Camelbak one...

  • rating star
    By from
    on 9/12/2012
    Feels too big

    Prior to my purchase I was using a regular fuel belt with 4  8oz bottles; it was okay but I wanted something that would not ride up and down or swivel around my wast during my runs. I came across the NF hydration pack and read the reviews and  thought, this is perfect, I could use it on my 20 mile run. Was I wrong. I filled the hydration reservoir, adjusted the straps to insure a good fit and headed out the door. I was disappointed the moment I broke stride. the pack bounced and was not a good fit. I readjusted and the same thing happened. Needless to say, I headed back into the house and refilled my fuel belt. I was so disappointed.
    In addition, cleaning and drying the hydration reservoir is terrible. I actually had to contact another company to figure out how to disassemble the system.
    Maybe this pack works best with average size women, not someone at 4"11.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 8/21/2012
    Feels true to size

    The  straps are to short, the velcro  in the front area, damage  all the the clothes  at the first use.  I would not recomended

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