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About The North Face Crestone 75 Pack

A backpacker's backpack, this 75-liter pack is ideal for multi-day trips Opti Fit System provides an intuitive, adjustable, easy-to-use-tool to measure torsolength to ensure a correct fit Shoulder harness easily slides up or down according to user's back length, and cam locks pack in place

This product can only be shipped to U.S. addresses.

The The North Face Crestone 75 Pack is commonly used for Extended Hikes and more. The The North Face Crestone 75 Pack is popular because customers like the following qualities of the The North Face Crestone 75 Pack: Comfortable, Easy To Load, Large Capacity.

The North Face Crestone 75 Pack Features

  • Optifit suspension fit system ensures comfort
  • Plush, breathable E-VAP backpanel
  • Unique, dual-pivot hipbelt properly distributes load
  • Large, side zip access to main compartment
  • Weather resistant hood zip
  • Burly Hypalon reinforcements in key areas
  • Large external pockets for quick access to necessities

The North Face Crestone 75 Pack Specifications

Pack Style
Internal pack
Capacity
Small: 4300 cu in (70 liters) <br>Medium: 4600 cu in (75 liters) <br>Large: 4880 cu in (80 liters) <br> <br> Extended Capacity <br> Small: 4880 cu in (80 liters) <br> Medium: 5200 cu in (85 liters) <br> Large: 5492 cu in (90 liters)
Pack Dimensions
Small: 30" x 16" x 8.5" (76 cm x 41 cm x 22 cm) <br> Medium: 31.5" x 15.75" x 9.5" (80 cm x 40 cm x 24 cm) <br> Large: 34.5" x 18.25" x 9.5" (88 cm x 46.5 cm x 24 cm)
Weight
5 lbs 10 oz (2690 g) for medium <br> 5 lbs 12 oz (2600 g) for large
Material
210D ripstop nylon, 420D HD ripstop nylon
Available in the Following Colors:
Asphalt Grey/Monarch Orange, Taupe Green
Available in the Following Sizes:
Large, Medium, Small

The Crestone 75 Pack Customer Reviews

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Pros

  • Comfortable (4)
  • Easy to load (4)
  • Large capacity (4)
  • Good suspension (3)
  • Highly adjustable (3)

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Extended trips (4)
    • Heavy loads (3)

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    4.0

    Excellent Product!

    By alien0ne

    from Henrico, VA

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    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Easy To Load
    • Good Suspension
    • Highly Adjustable
    • Large Capacity
    • Lightweight

    Cons

    • Not Enough Pockets

    Best Uses

    • Day Hikes
    • Extended Hikes
    • Heavy Loads

    Comments about The North Face Crestone 75 Pack:

    Camping and Hiking & Emergency BackPack

    • What Is Your Gear Style:
    • Comfort Driven
    • Was this a gift?:
    • No

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    5.0

    North face crest one 75 pack

    By Toms mom

    from Versailles, kentucky

    About Me Casual Adventurer

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Comfortable
    • Easy To Load
    • Good Suspension
    • Highly Adjustable
    • Large Capacity
    • Lightweight

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Day Hikes
      • Extended Hikes
      • Wet Weather

      Comments about The North Face Crestone 75 Pack:

      I ordered this for my son who loves to hike and backpack. He loves it

      • What Is Your Gear Style:
      • Minimalist
      • Was this a gift?:
      • Yes

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      5.0

      This Pack Is LIGHT

      By Dan the Man

      from Kearneysville, WV

      About Me Casual Adventurer

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      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Easy To Load
      • Large Capacity
      • Lightweight

      Cons

      • Not Enough Pockets

      Best Uses

      • Extended Hikes
      • Heavy Loads
      • Light Loads
      • Wet Weather

      Comments about The North Face Crestone 75 Pack:

      The Crestone 75 is super light and comfy. Don't be fooled by the pictures, there is only one pocket on the outside and that is the one in the center back. The zippers on the sides are for access into the main pack. Not a show stopper but a bummer. Hydration resevoir compatible so no reason for bottle pocket. Great value for the money.

      • What Is Your Gear Style:
      • Minimalist
      • Was this a gift?:
      • No

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      4.0

      Large Pack with some nice features

      By Matt

      from Chicago, IL

      About Me Avid Adventurer

      Verified Buyer

      Pros

      • Comfortable
      • Easy To Load
      • Good Suspension
      • Highly Adjustable
      • Large Capacity

      Cons

        Best Uses

        • Extended Hikes
        • Heavy Loads
        • Travel

        Comments about The North Face Crestone 75 Pack:

        One thing I did not like about this years version of the pack (I wanted the 2009 edition, but couldn't find it in my size), was the water bottle pockets. On the 2009 version they are angled towards the wearer, on this one they are not.

        Overall this pack has some very nice features that indicate it is well thought out. It is very comfortable and should do the trick for multi-day hikes.

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        • Comfort Driven

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        Sam M  I had bought the North Face El Lobo 65. It was a great pack, BUT the belt padding seemed over engineered - if you took high steps (like climbing up stairs) the quad would come up and hit the bottom of the belt padding and push into your gut... the belt padding just seemed reach around too far forward and was to tall. I am wondering if anyone has had that issue with the Crestone?
        CHAD K  i love this pack. i've had it for about a year. as far as padding, the waste strap never gives me trouble. not sure if it's too different from the el lobo, but i've never experienced what you're talking about with my pack.
        keith g  I was wondering what size pack to get small, medium or large? I'm 5'11 and have 31" 32" waist. What's the differences between s, m, L?
        ERIC S  Hi Keith, My apologize for the delayed response. I am roughly that same size. 5"11, 180 lbs and a 32"-33" waist. I purchased a L and if I did it again I would purchase a medium and even try on a small if it was possible (however, think the M would be the right fit). I found that most of the time I had the waist tightened almost all the way. The waist strap was the only part of the bag that I noticed could be smaller. The size/layout of everything else was perfect. On negative comment, I found that the stitching on the shoulder straps (device/cloth attached to the plastic piece that tightens the should straps) started to separate a bit and would be a cause of major concern if I was backpacking for a longer period of time. Part of the reason for what I though was unusual wear given the quality of North Face could be the manner in which I wore the pack at times. I traveled through SE Asia for several months and tended to let the pack hang lightly on my body because of the climate. This could of caused greater friction/tugging/pulling on the strap, so the manufacturer may not be to blame. Overall, I thoroughly enjoyed the pack and am totally satisfied with North Face/SunnySports. I cannot wait to get a chance to use it again!!! Now, if I can just find 3 months of free time...
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