The North Face Torrent 4 Hydration Pack - 70 fl. oz. - Women's Specs
336 cubic inches
70 fluid ounces
1 lb. 2 oz.
14 - 20 inches
Polyurethane-coated ripstop nylon
2 + main compartment
17.3 x 9.4 x 4.7 inches
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Bite valve shut-off switch
Quick disconnect tubing
The North Face Torrent 4 Hydration Pack - 70 fl. oz. - Women's
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Rated 4.6667/5 based on 3 reviews
Rated 4out of5
by RayRanaefromExcellent but could use some changesThis is an excellently constructed pack, very comfortable, easy to fill, no leaking, and BPA free. My only two complaints are that the hose does not disconnect from the bladder and I could have used an extra zip pocket for granola bars or other small items. But great buy overall.
Date published: 2012-07-12
Rated 5out of5
by Surviving MadnessfromWorks GREAT for Running...I recently started getting into 5-6+ mile runs and really needed to bring along water but knew I did NOT want to carry a water bottle or wear a waist pack. I'm really glad I went into the REI store to pick out a hydration backpack.
I initially decided to go with a 50 oz. CamelBak because that's their niche and well, to be honest, they had a purple pack I really liked (it's my favorite color). However, when I went in to the store I wasn't impressed with the CamelBak options at all.
I came across the North Face Torrent (70 oz.) and was immediately impressed. It was lightweight and slim (not nearly as bulky, rigid or heavy as the 70 oz. CamelBak).
This pack has two very convenient pockets - one is a small fleece lined zippered pocket and the other is a fairly deep open pocket.
I was nervous about whether it would fit as I'm still quite fluffy (235 lbs. @ 5'3" and quite voluptuous in the chest area) but after adjusting the straps I was able to fasten both the chest and waist straps. I jogged in place for a little and it didn't budge.
I talked with a store associate and he tried to tell me that this wasn't the best option for running because the pack would likely move up and down and I would end up using my hands to hold onto the pack to keep it in place.
I'm glad I didn't listen to him! I went home, cleaned the pouch, filled it up and then tried it on again. I didn't feel any noticeable difference in the weight when it was filled and it still wasn't budging.
I headed out for a 6.25 mile run a couple hours later and it was pure bliss! It was almost as though I wasn't wearing anything at all. I loved being able to tuck my iPhone into the pocket instead of my in my bra (LOL) and my earphones reached from the back just fine.
It didn't shift, it didn't slosh - it was great! I can now look forward to going for hikes with this too (I've held off on hiking because again I didn't want to carry water with me).
Date published: 2012-05-21
Rated 5out of5
by Monicalynn68from"I would buy this product again...Love it!!
Date published: 2012-05-23
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The North Face Torrent 4 Hydration Pack - 70 fl. oz. - Women's Customer Reviews