The North Face Iron Peak 15 Review, Pros and Cons

The North Face Iron Peak 15 is rated 4.68 based on 245 reviews

Feature Summary

The North Face Iron Peak Laptop Backpack
  • The FlexVent suspension system boasts custom injection-molded shoulder straps and a padded mesh back panel with a spine channel for maximum support and ventilation
  • Padded, fleece-lined laptop sleeve in the main compartment protects laptop from bumps and falls
  • Padded, fleece-lined tablet sleeve located in the main compartment for quick access
  • Front stash pocket with stretch side panels for additional volume
  • Main compartment has internal organization with a fleece-lined media pocket, secure zippered pocket and elastic webbing for cord management

Reviews Summary

Here’s what the reviewers think about the The North Face Iron Peak 15:

Reviewers like these things about the The North Face Iron Peak 15

  • Most of the buyers said that the bag is excellent for your every-day carry, with plenty of space for a laptop, a tablet, a jacket and the other stuffs one needs for a day around town or light hiking.
  • A great feature mentioned by some users is that the ability to remove the internal flexible frame so you can roll it up and stuff it into another bag.
  • Most reviewers said that it is very lightweight, with comfortable straps, and just have the right size.
  • Some users said that the tapering shape allows full arm movement so you hardly know it’s on your back.
  • One great feature mentioned by some users is that there is a separate pocket at the top which is nice for storing mobile phone and other important things.
  • Another great feature mentioned by the users is that the bag is washable and it dries quickly when you rinse it off.
  • Many reviewers said that although small, you can fit in a lot into this well-designed pack. There is one smaller pouch and a big compartment. And there are 2 drink holders.
  • Reviewers said that it is perfect for a one day trip.
  • Users like its look, they said that it is stylish, sporty and perfect for everyday wear and day trips.
  • Several users mentioned another feature that there is a waist strap and chest strap which will keep it from shifting while climbing or scrambling to the top of any mountain.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • Some reviewers complained that cords and the straps are not padded and the Belt straps are too thin.
  • Some reviewers complained that the backpack is smaller than their need.

Selected Reviews

RMK Outdoors

For anyone looking into the Router or Surge daypacks by North Face who doesn’t need a ton of storage the Iron Peak is the way to go.

Posted 15 July 2016 by Trevor – Read full review

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