Black Diamond Creek Transit 32 Backpack

Black Diamond Creek Transit 32 Backpack
Black Diamond Creek Transit 32 Backpack
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Creek Transit 32 Backpack by Black Diamond
Built with the crag in mind, the Black Diamond Creek Transit 32 Backpack is a durable and waterproof commuter bag with the chops to stand up to Mother Nature's abuse, but it is built to get you from home to work with all your essentials dry and intact. The external entry 15-inch laptop sleeve provides protection for your digital stash, and the reflective details keep you visible in low light for when the work shift extends later into the evening than expected and your commute home involves dodging through traffic. Plus, the Creek has a separate zippered bottom compartment for climbing or running shoes, sweaty clothes, and whatever other nasty stuff you want to keep consolidated and tucked away from your day kit.

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SKU: BLD00P7
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