The North Face presented a multi-functional and highly durable tablet bag called Router. The case is crafted from sturdy ballistics nylon, ready to withstand bumps, bruises, water splashes, and dirt. Padded interior keeps the contents safe, while a dedicated fleece-lined laptop compartment accommodates up to 17” laptops. The backpack also features a special tablet sleeve in the front compartment, making it easier to quickly access your device. There are great many pockets and slots both on the outside and the inside making it easier to organize daily routine. The case comes with signature FlexVent suspension system including comfy shoulder straps, a padded mesh back panel, and ventilation channels.
The North Face brand was established in 1968 by Douglas Tompkins and Kenneth "Hap" Klopp in San Francisco. The two renamed a San Francisco climbing equipment retail store they'd founded two years earlier. The idea of The North Face originated after a hiking trip on the Eagle Mountain in Minnesota. The north face of a mountain in the northern hemisphere is generally the coldest, iciest and most formidable route to climb.
For a time the store offered only highly selected merchandise targeted to climbers and backpackers. By the 1980s, skiwear was added, followed by camping equipment. Today, The North Face is a wholly owned subsidiary of the VF Corporation. Its headquarters is in Alameda, California, co-located with its corporate sibling, JanSport. In 2007, JanSport was the world's largest backpack maker; combined, the two manufactured nearly half of all small backpacks sold in the United States.