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Page Type: Gear Review

Object Title: Liberty

Manufacturer: The North Face

Your Opinion: 
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Page By: GuitarWIzard

Created/Edited: Apr 26, 2002 / Apr 26, 2002

Object ID: 226

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• Accepts shovel flap attachment.
• Adjustable sternum strap.
• Aerospacer Mesh back panel provides breathability and comfort.
• Contoured hipbelt and compression wings snug pack to hips for improved comfort and carrying stability.
• Contoured lid features zippered pocket and key clip and elastic weatherproof fit.
• Corded tubing gear loops keep protection or ice tools easy to reach.
• Cordura® Plus fabric for maximum tear strength, abrasion resistance and durability.
• Dual ice axe loops, handle straps and daisy chains.
• Haul handle.
• Internal hydration sleeve.
• Laminated shoulder straps provide comfort and self-adjust to shoulder contour.
• Newly contoured, heavy-duty bottom improves carrying comfort.
• Rope compression strap under lid.
• Side compression straps for lashing gear and load control.
• Ski tail guides on side panels.
• Top access to interior of pack.
• Ventilator foam cells wrap around back for superior fit and cooling airflow.
• X-bungee attachment system for clothing and gear.


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GuitarWIzardUntitled Review

Voted 4/5

This is the first pack I bought. It has served me quite well, but have since bought other packs and this one stays at home. It's pretty light, and handle loads comfortably up to around 25 pounds or so. The bungee system on my pack is fairly useless.....daisy chains would've been more useful. The ice axe loops are plenty large enough to carry 2 axes in each loop. The pack material is pretty durable, although absorbs moisture pretty well. All in all, not a bad little pack, not a lot of bells and whistles, and I have since moved on to Gregory packs....
Posted Apr 26, 2002 11:26 pm

TomeksaUntitled Review

Voted 4/5

I owned this backpack for about 5 years (until it got stolen). I recommend it to everyone starting to backpack or light hiking. Not very waterproof everything else is great.
Posted Sep 19, 2002 5:53 am

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