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CINDER PACK 55

4.5 4 Reviews

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"I have to say, it's the best TNF™ pack I've used. It's held up in some surprisingly rugged conditions, but it's still perfect for cragging." TNF™ Athlete Alex Honnold, Rock Climber, free-soloed Half Dome. Our new, bombproof 55-liter pack is purpose built for climbing big racks and taking serious abuse at the crag. This top-loading pack is constructed to stand up on its own and has a cinched top, so you can access and organize gear quickly. Removable hipbelt and frame sheet.

Features

  • Stands up on its own for easy loading
  • Cinch-top and flip-lid closure
  • Removable hipbelt
  • Metal hardware
  • Load-bearing haul loops
  • Stash pocket
  • Lid pocket
  • Removable frame sheet

Product Specifications

Style:
A1Q0
Fabric:
840D PU-coated nylon
Average Weight:
3 lbs 7 oz (1560 g)
Volume:
3356 in3 (55 liters)
Source:
Imported
Guarantee:
Lifetime Warranty

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5.0

Great all purpose pack

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from California

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        Comments about TheNorthFace CINDER PACK 55:

        This thing is burly but since they have left off all the pockets, straps, zippers and other fluff, the weight isn't bad. I have had packs that I actually cut all the useless gizmos off to lighten it and have less junk to snag on brush. As a climber, I appreciate the haul loops and the minimalist lid. It is pretty much what I think a pack should be, a sturdy bag with adequate shoulder straps and hip belt. I prefer a pack that is too big rather than too small and this one is just the size I was looking for. Big enough for a rope, rack and a day's worth of food, water and gear.

        To adequately test how it carries, I used it on a 5 day backpacking trip in the high country. I loaded it with a small tent, sleeping bag, clothes, stove and five days of food in a Garcia bear can. I was very comfortable hiking all day with a 35 lb load. The bear can fit perfectly in the bottom of the pack which was nice.

        However, nothing is perfect. First, it took be some time for this old dummy to figure out the buckle on the hip belt. Once I figured it out, the buckle works fine. Second, when my son borrowed the pack for an overnight backcountry climb, he found that the hip belt would not adjust short enough for his skinny body (definitely not a problem I had). I fixed this by re-sewing the fixed side of the buckle strap. If he ever gets fat, I can let it out again.

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        4.0

        perfect crag pack

        By 

        from Undisclosed

        Site Member

        Comments about TheNorthFace CINDER PACK 55:

        First, this thing is tough. Really tough. It is for sure going to last years. It is big enough for two people's stuff to spend all day at the wall. The water proof bottom is awesome! And it is comfortable enough to haul your gear to those hard to reach climbs.

         
        5.0

        The Ultimate Cragging Pack

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        from Undisclosed

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        Comments about TheNorthFace CINDER PACK 55:

        This pack has no frills, stands up when you load it, and isn't a plastic based, sweat-fest, haul bag. It carries well and easily fits a rope, rack, water and extras. So far I have over 100 days on this pack and it looks like it has at least a couple hundred more.

        (2 of 2 customers found this review helpful)

         
        3.0

        Bomber pack - Missing features?

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        from MQT-WV

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        • Bomber

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          • Climbing

          Comments about TheNorthFace CINDER PACK 55:

          I'm not sure why TNF listed this pack as coming with a 'stowable over/under' rope carry strap system.... there is no stowable rope retainer as I would have loved to have like I have seen in some competitor packs. A simple strap to keep the coil from sliding out from under the lid would be nice... but this pack is big enough for my current rack, a 50m static, and a 50m dynamic to fit inside. When I bring my camera case along that isn't the case.

          The compression straps are effective, but I am going to modify the anchor for the lid strap and position it at the BOTTOM of the handle instead of the top, that way when the pack isn't full it I will still have the comfort of a securely fastened lid; if the pack isn't at least 3/4 full the strap is ineffective with the current position. (a more aggressive hook on the metal buckle might also remedy this insecurity)

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