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Ogio Backpack Rebel Ombre Tan Part#104817 on 2040-parts.com

US $49.99
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Highlands, Texas, US

Highlands, Texas, US
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OGIO BACKPACK REBEL OMBRE TAN PART#104817

MSRP: $59.99

OUR PRICE: $49.99 YOU SAVE $10.00

Features

  • Padded, fleece lined interior laptop compartment fits most 15” laptops
  • Integrated foam panels keep your electronics and other valuable protected
  • Padded iPad™/tablet/e-reader sleeve
  • Large main compartment for books, binders and files
  • Padded back panel with moisture wicking air mesh
  • Dual side water bottle/accessory holders
  • Dual utility straps for overflow storage
  • Adjustable shoulder straps with sternum strap
  • Top zippered fleece lined valuables pocket
  • Padded grab handle
  • Organization panel with zippered stash pocket

Materials

  • 600D Polyester Oxford, 420 D Polyester Dobby

Specs

  • Dimensions: 18.5" H x 11.75" W x 9" D
  • Weight: 2 Lbs.
  • Capacity: 2000 Cubic Inches
  • Laptop Pocket: 14.5"Hx10.5"Wx1"D

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