The North Face DynoCarry System Hiking Backpacks

Mar 19, 2019

Category: Gear

Just like life, hiking is all about balance, which is why picking up a high-quality hiking backpack is critical. The North Face has released four new hiking backpacks with an equalizing feature called the DynoCarry System to assist you in conquering the trails ahead.

The North Face DynoCarry System hiking backpacks allow you to adjust your load quickly and easily without missing a beat so you can personalize the fit of your pack. The integrated DynoCarry System features self-equalizing load lifters so the backpack moves with you for unrivaled comfort, custom torso adjustment for a snug fit, and a swiveling hip belt for natural motion control for those long, grueling trails. The new system is integrated into four backpacks: the Chimera, Hydra, Banchee, and Griffin. Our favorite of the lineup is the Griffin, with its detachable ‘flying-squirrel” summit pack, wraparound J-zip to fully open the backpack, and a ‘FlashDry’ back panel for breathability. The North Face DynoCarry System backpacks start at $100 and are available now.

Purchase: $100+

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