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The North Face Ice Project Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 3, 2019

3.28
based on 6 reviews


We have checked a few reviews and found 8 reasons to buy the Ice Project - and 2 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.


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Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the The North Face Ice Project:

Reviewers like these things about the The North Face Ice Project

  • Several users noted that The North Face Ice Project backpack is ideal for ice cragging, hiking, and trekking.
  • A reviewer thought that it is easy to organize and manage every equipment in the bag.
  • Reviewers lauded the presence of pockets inside and outside the bag which provides space to place gears.
  • According to some testers, an area is designed to arrange four ice axes, covering their tips.
  • Users praise its luggage-style full opening for being able to double as a padded heat.
  • Users also appreciate the designated area to hold a helmet in place.
  • Several reviewers have noted that the backpack is made up of heavy-duty fabrics which increases its durability.
  • Other reviewers found its loops essential to place an ice screw and other tools.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • A reviewer thought that the ice screw holder does is not a quality holder.
  • Another reviewer said that the pack is not functional.



Specs


Crowdsourced specs across all The North Face Ice Project models and sizes:

Weight iconWeight1.1 oz (0.5 kg)
Length iconLength24 in (61 cm)
Width16 in (41 cm)
Height3 in (8 cm)





Selected Reviews


The Alpine Start people

The Alpine Start

If you spend most of your time cragging in winter this is the go-to pack. It fits everything, carries well, and keeps your gear organized but also easily accessible.

Posted 7 December 2015 by Raf - Read full review


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Last updated on July 03, 2019