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ANGSTROM 28 PACK

5.0 7 Reviews

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- DIESEL BLUE / Q-SILVER GREY

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Details

This minimal 28-liter pack is a game changer when you're looking to stay light and nimble on the trail. Multiple pockets facilitate disciplined packing for day hikes or quick overnighters in the backcountry. To refuel during high-energy activities hook up a hydration reservoir, or slip water bottles into the stretch side pockets. The integrated rain cover allows you to hike through wet conditions to cross maximum miles in minimum time.

Features

  • Redesigned for Spring 2013
  • Hydration compatible
  • Integrated rain cover
  • Large stretch woven front and side water bottle pockets
  • Multiple pockets for easy gear organization

Product Specifications

Style:
A2UB
Fabric:
70D mini-ripstop, 210HT ripstop nylon
Avg Weight:
2 lbs (907 g)
Volume:
1710 in3 (28 liters)
Source:
Imported
Guarantee:
Lifetime Warranty

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71%

of reviewers recommend this product.

Pros

  • Lightweight (3)
  • Reflective (3)
  • Waterproof (3)

Cons

No Cons

Best Uses

  • Hiking (3)

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5.0

Perfect pack!

By 

from Denver

About Me Practical

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Attractive Design
  • Comfortable
  • Durable
  • Great Features
  • Lightweight
  • Roomy

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Commuting
    • Computer
    • Cycling
    • Travel

    Comments about TheNorthFace ANGSTROM 28 PACK:

    I absolutely love this pack. I bought the Angstrom 25 about 8 years ago and it was great. I used it practically every day and after extensive use, it finally started to show wear and tear. Then I bought this pack. It's just a better version of my old Angstrom 25. I love the stuff-it pocket and compression straps on the outside, and the waist-belt pockets were an absolute must have for me. I used it for everything - commuting to work, hiking, climbing 14ers in colorado, etc. - and I keep several small items there. I like to be able to get to those items without taking off the pack. The new Angstrom 28 is slightly bigger than my old 25, which is nice because I can fit my bike helmet inside, which I couldn't before. It's also very light, but just know that it does NOT come with an internal frame (which I actually prefer). Can't speak to the durability because I just got it, but if it's anything like my old one, it should last through several years of constant use and abuse. Very cool color (I got the diesel blue/q-silver grey). IMO, this is the perfect day-hiking, commuting, every-day pack!

    • Primary use:
    • Personal
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No
     
    5.0

    Great day pack

    By 

    from North Carolina

    About Me Practical, Stylish

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Attractive Design
    • Comfortable
    • Durable
    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Travel

      Comments about TheNorthFace ANGSTROM 28 PACK:

      Great day pack. I bought this to use for day hikes and quick over night hammock camping trips.

      • Primary use:
      • Personal
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Gift

      By 

      from Cleveland, Ohio

      Site Member

      Comments about TheNorthFace ANGSTROM 28 PACK:

      Gift's for my girlfriend before we take a trip out to Colorado. She loves both the soft shell and the backpack for day trips!

      (0 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      Best backpack yet!!

      By 

      from Undisclosed

      Site Member

      Comments about TheNorthFace ANGSTROM 28 PACK:

      I bought this backpack looking for a nice and light weight pack to carry around my laptop and school books. I ended up loving it! It has many accessible pockets and has the hip straps, which I love! This backpack is light weight and perfect!

      (17 of 17 customers found this review helpful)

       
      5.0

      A bag ready for anything

      By 

      from Michigan

      Site Member

      Pros

      • Reflective
      • Waterproof

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Hiking

        Comments about TheNorthFace ANGSTROM 28 PACK:

        I have searched and searched for an ideal bag that would serve multiple purposes. Looked at a ALL of TNF day packs but they were all missing something that kept them from being a "great" bag. Seriously, I would go into the store every time I was at the mall to look for a perfect day pack. It took me a year before I found this one (I'm incredibly picky and frugal) As soon as I laid eyes on this bag I knew it was the one. First off, the bag just looks like it's in a class way above what it is priced for. Great zippers with large loops to grab, hip belts that stow away, height adjustable sternum strap, tightening hiking pole loop, hidden rain cover, and multiple external pouches and a drawstring for quick stow items. I like that it's a hiking bag with zippered compartments instead of a lid. Therefore taking it else where seems more appropriate.

        The 28 Liter size is enough to accommodate anything you'd need on a day trip or quick overnight trip. I have yet to hike with the bag but for my travels it has served me well thus far. I would say it is definitely a minimalists bag for overnight trips (I fit a change of street clothes, workout clothes, book, toothbrush, deodorant, water bottle, laptop, and it's about full). I am a frequent runner so pretty much anywhere I go I need 2 pairs of shoes. The external drawstring on the bag makes securing my shoes to the outside of the bag very convenient and saves lots of space inside (this feature is a huge reason I bought the bag). The stretchable open pocket under this drawstring is extremely nice for stashing something you may want to grab out quick such as a light jacket. The draw string and external stretching pouch make the storage capacity of the bag seem larger than 28 liter. The two stretchable water bottle pockets on the side will expand quite well. I can fit my large Nalgene water bottle in them snugly.

        The storable hip belt really makes this bag versatile. I use this bag for commuting to my classes and sometimes have a heavy load to carry around. I also commute by bike on some occasion and the belts really make all the difference in securing down a bag for a more comfortable ride. I like stashing the belts when I'm inside and have no need for them. The belt has a small pocket on each side, one mesh and the other covered in the same material as the bag.

        Another key feature is a tightening loop where you store hiking poles when not in use. It keeps them nice and secure and has also served me well for other purposes when not hiking. The sternum straps can be moved up or down to make for a better fit across the chest. I'm sure females would find this feature a must.

        My only issue; The large pocket that will contain your water bladder and majority of your stuff is fine. The other compartment has a common inner pocket setup for cell phones, cameras, wallets, etc. I am not a fan of the layout of this. The mesh pockets for stowing your phone and camera are on the small side. I don't think many people would really have a problem with this so don't let it deter from purchasing this awesome bag. But while I use this bag as a commuting bag it would have been nice for a pen holding pocket or two and maybe a few more compartmented pockets for this inner setup.

        This bag really has it all and can serve you in many ways. Hands down get this bag over all else if you are looking for something you can bring to work or school as well as out on a hike, camping trip, or just traveling.

        (5 of 5 customers found this review helpful)

         
        5.0

        A traveler's best friend :)

        By 

        from Undisclosed

        Site Member

        Pros

        • All weather materials
        • breathable
        • Lightweight
        • Reflective
        • Waterproof
        • Windproof

        Cons

          Best Uses

          • Climbing
          • Hiking
          • Mountain biking

          Comments about TheNorthFace ANGSTROM 28 PACK:

          The bag itself is water repellent and it doesn't mind the snow as well, but if you wanna brave the weather for prolonged periods of time then better put the rain cover on. The bag also has Ripstop nylon so as far as durability, I think it'll never break down on its own unless you're Tarzan. I've had the black one as a gift for 6 mos and it's still looking mint.

          (15 of 15 customers found this review helpful)

           
          5.0

          Ideal lightweight, versatile pack for day hikes

          By 

          from San Francisco, CA

          Site Member

          Pros

          • packable
          • Reflective
          • Waterproof

          Cons

            Best Uses

            • Hiking

            Comments about TheNorthFace ANGSTROM 28 PACK:

            I realized I was in need of a versatile pack for day hikes recently, and the Angstrom 28 has worked out perfectly. This is a very lightweight pack, constructed largely of a durable nylon material that has a lot of stretch to it (which is a huge help for packing an extra jacket/etc in the outside pocket). Some other great features: it has a hip belt with side zips/stash pockets (ideal for keeping a quick snack/sunscreen/chapstick at the ready), a rain cover that is stowed in the bottom of the pack (genius), plus this pack is hydration ready (there is an internal sleeve to accommodate this, as well as a velcro hook and opening). Another feature I love is that the hip belt can be folded away inside the back of the pack when not in use (this really comes in handy when going through airports and not actually needing weight distributed to your hips while hiking). The only part of the pack I would like to see improved is to have slightly more stretch to allow for stowing 32 oz. water bottles in the side pockets (the standard 24 oz. bottles fit fine) - a very minor deal however. Overall, I would highly recommend this pack for any day hike excursions.

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