Timbuk2 Carbon Coated Ramble Backpack - 1647cu in

Timbuk2 Carbon Coated Ramble Backpack - 1647cu in
Timbuk2 Carbon Coated Ramble Backpack - 1647cu in
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Carbon Coated Ramble Backpack - 1647cu in by Timbuk2
If you're a fan of the classic school backpack aesthetic, but need a next level option with durable fabrics, superior organization, and pockets out the wazoo, check out the Timbuk2 Carbon Coated Ramble backpack. Made from a polyurethane coated cotton twill, the coated Ramble can hold up to the elements, so water will roll right off of it, and keep your gear inside crisp and dry. Dual sided slip pockets are ideal for a water bottle, U-lock, or umbrella, and three zippered external pockets make for the perfect spot for you to stow items that need easy access. On the inside you will find an array of pockets for pens, phones, business cards, and any other small accessories that you'd like to keep from building a small nest in the bottom of your bag. Topped off with reflective zipper pulls to give you a little visibility, and a vista loop for attaching your flashing light when you decide to hop on your bike for the route home from work or class.

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SKU: TBK005I
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