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28L Borealis Backpack

R999

Retail: R2,200

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Stash your gear quickly and hit the road in our 29-liter Borealis Classic backpack that's constructed with a padded back and hip belt for all-day comfort. The main compartment features a fleece-lined 15" laptop sleeve to protect and organize your electronics, as well as a phone pouch and key chain to keep the things you misplace most in check. Finished with easy-access stretch-mesh side pockets and an external bungee cord that allows you lash on additional gear.

Product Features
  • Winged, stowable hip belt
  • FlexVent™ injection-moulded shoulder straps with additional PE foam for added comfort
  • Secondary compartment with organization
  • Integrated reflective light loop
  • Secondary compartment with organisation
  • Removable sternum strap
  • Large main compartment with organization, a hydration port and a sleeve for various-sized laptops
  • FlexVent™ injection-molded shoulder straps with additional PE foam for added comfort
  • Front stash pocket
  • Mesh side water bottle pockets
  • Comfortable, padded air-mesh back panel with Spine Channel and PE sheet for extra back support
  • Large main compartment with organisation, a hydration port and a sleeve for various-sized laptops
Product Specifications
  • Volume: 28L
  • Weight: 1166g
  • Laptop sleeve: 34.2 Cm X 26.6 Cm
  • Fabric: 420D Nylon, 600D Polyester Print, 300D Mini-Ripstop, 1680D Ballistics Nylon
  • Guarantee: Lifetime warranty

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