Arc'teryx Blade 28L Backpack

Arc'teryx Blade 28L Backpack
Arc'teryx Blade 28L Backpack
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Blade 28L Backpack by Arc'teryx
The Arc'teryx Blade 28 Backpack is ideal for overnight business trips and those days at the office when you squeeze a quick run in at lunch. This larger offering from the blade series has enough room for all of the everyday essentials, as well as a change of clothes and a few toiletries. The zippered main compartment folds open for ease of access and is fitted with multiple organizer sleeves for everything from a change of clothes to a laptop and folders. The versatile design of the pack allows it to be worn either as a backpack or carried like briefcase. For added security, the blade features a discreet back panel pocket and a zippered side security pocket with an internal key clip.

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SKU: ARC00AX
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