Outdoor product specialist The North Face is to set drop a new backpack with a spring-loaded compartment that's opened at the touch of a button.

Weighing in at just over four pounds, the "Access Pack" boasts a rugged steel frame, a versatile foam body, and a main compartment packed with pockets specifically designed for electronic devices. The pockets themselves — sized for a laptop, tablet and cellphone — all have special tabs to get your gear out faster and smoother. It works using tabs that are connected to the pocket's liner, so when you pull the tab, the liner raises, effectively pulling the gear out of the pocket without you having to dive in and pull it out yourself. It's perfect for the urban commuter.

The North Face "Access Pack" is available in store and online.

Check out the accompanying video below, and after that be sure to have a peek at The North Face's SS16 collection.

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