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The North Face Roo 3L Lumbar Pack
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Item # TNF2654

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Item # TNF2654

Description

The North Face Roo Lumbar Pack makes packing light a cinch.

Throw your wallet, a digital camera, diary, and a small bottle of water into The North Face Roo Lumbar Pack and hike the hidden section of the Great Wall. An interior organizer secures your passport and phrasebook, while the winged hip-belt, breathable back panel, and a top handle ensure comfortable travels. A DWR finish withstands spring rains, and abrasion-resistant material protects your gear. Reflective hits save you from becoming roadkill. Carry the Roo Lumbar Pack as a small daypack on your travels through exotic locales—or your local trail network.

Tech Specs

Material:
sabre 6, sabre 12
Pockets:
1 main, 1 internal organizer
Claimed Weight:
9 oz
Volume:
3 L
Manufacturer Warranty:
lifetime

Size Chart

The North Face

Backpacks
Men's
 S / ML / XLONE SIZE
Hipbelt Size Range

28 - 34in

(71.1 - 86.4cm)

34 - 42in

(86.4 - 106.7cm)

28 - 40in

(71.1 - 101.6cm)

Torso Size Range

(Fixed)

16 - 19in

(40.6 - 48.3cm)

18 - 21in

(45.7 - 53.3cm)

17 - 20in

(43.2 - 50.8cm)

Torso Size Range

(Adjustable)

15 - 20in

(38.1 - 50.8cm)

17 - 22in

(43.2 - 55.9cm)

 

Women's
 XS / SM / LONE SIZE
Hipbelt Size Range

24 - 30in

(61 - 76.2cm)

30 - 36in

(76.2 - 91.4cm)

24 - 35in

(61 - 88.9cm)

Torso Size Range 

(Fixed)

14 - 17in

(35.6 - 43.2cm)

16 - 19in

(40.6 - 48.3cm)

15 - 18in

(38.1 - 45.7cm)

Torso Size Range

(Adjustable)

13 - 18in

(33 - 45.7cm)

15 - 20in

(38.1 - 50.8cm)

 

How to Measure:
Torso:
-Have a friend locate the bony bump at the base of your neck, where the slope of your shoulder meets your neck. This is your 7th cervical vertebra (C7). Tilt your head forward to locate it more easily. This is the top of your torso length.
-Place your hands on top of your hips bones, with fingers point forward, thumbs in back. This it eh "shelf" on which your pack will rest. The middle of an imaginary line drawn between your thumbs is the bottom of your torso length.
-Using the tape measure, your friend should measure the distance between the C7 and the imaginary line between your thumbs. Be sure you stand up straight when being measured. You know should have your torso length.
Hipbelt:
Measure around your waist just above your hips.

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Roo!

Canoeing on the 102 River outside of Maryville MO...we got rained on that night but everything in my Roo stayed dry :)

Roo!

Given as a gift.

    This was given to a family member who requested it for Christmas and will be using it for travel this summer. She really liked it when she saw it after opening the wrapped gift.

    Write your question here...Where is this...

    Write your question here...Where is this pack worn? On the waist I guess, but with the bag in the front or the back?

    Yes - around the waist. I would say that most people wear these packs on the back when they are using it in an outdoor setting, but many wear them on the front if they are in urban settings and need to keep on eye on valuables...

    Write your question herWhae...What are the...

    Write your question herWhae...What are the exact dimensions of this pack?

    Best Answer

    7 in. x 10 in. x 2 in. (19 cm x 25 cm x 6 cm)

    Great Lumbar Pack

      I use this pack for cycling and short hikes when I don't need to carry much gear. 180 cu. in. is plenty of room for my wallet, cell phone, multi-tool, small first aid kit, Clif bar, patch kit and tire lever (if cycling), inhaler, etc, with room to spare. To be honest, it's actually a little big for cycling, but perfect for short hikes when a lot of gear isn't needed.

      Very well made, as most North Face products are. The straps work well to secure it to your body, and they don't loosen over time.

      Anybody ever use this for a 3 Day? I am...

      Anybody ever use this for a 3 Day?
      I am looking for a lumbar pack to use for a Breast Cancer 3 Day. 60 miles in 3 days. Needs to be able to hold a camera, socks, sunblock and a few other odds and ends for one day at a time. Think this is big enough, but not too big?

      Best Answer

      For the items you listed this lumbar pack will work fine....

      IT'S AMAZING

        I love this bag soo much if you want a bag that can hold your money and phone and just go to the movies, this is the best bag!!!!

        Write your question here...What's the...

        Write your question here...What's the difference between a " lumbar pack" and a "waist pack"?

        Pam,Lumbar packs usually are used to describe packs that carry the load over the lower back (lumbar region) and clips in the front (hiking, running). Waist packs and fanny packs are more casual in function and carry the load in the front (shopping, traveling).Mahalo, Sumo

        Where can I find a pink one?

        Where can I find a pink one?

        where do you get these bags

        where do you get these bags

        lawrence kansas. Sunflower Outdoor and Bike Shop.