Phantom 38

Phantom 38

The North Face

$199.00

This 38-liter Summit Series™ technical pack is light, durable and has been built for the mountains. This streamlined pack is built for alpine climbing missions and can carry your skis, ice tools, rope and rock gear.

The fabric is semitranslucent (so you can see your gear more easily from the outside of the pack) and comprises a combination of recycled nylon and super-durable, Spectra® ripstop, a tremendously strong fiber with a high tensile strength that’s 15 times stronger than steel by weight. Spectra® is also super abrasion resistant to resist tearing. 
  • Tool loop on hipbelt
  • Ice-tool and axe carry optimized for better carry and covers picks
  • 360-degree reflectivity for enhanced visibility
  • Hipbelt pocket
  • Foam back panel with durable, light and soft Teksever fabric reduces weight while also reducing water and snow absorption
  • Internally routed compression eliminates unnecessary snag points and excess fabric
  • Side compression straps hold skis or splitboards
  • Hydration sleeve
  • Semitranslucent fabric lets you see your gear more easily from the outside of the pack
  • Fixed lid with a pocket can carry rope or compress the top of the pack
Volume: 38L
Weight: S/M: 2lb 2oz (950g) / L/XL: 2lb 4oz (1,025g)
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