Bach Specialist 1000D 3 78L Backpack

Bach Specialist 1000D 3 78L Backpack
Bach Specialist 1000D 3 78L Backpack
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Specialist 1000D 3 78L Backpack by Bach
The Bach Men's Specialist 1000D 3 78L Backpack is your companion for extended adventures, or trips where a few luxuries couldn't be left at home. The load sits away from you back thanks to the Expedition Suspension System, allowing air to flow to keep you cool. It has two spacious main compartments for your gear, and is made from Cordura nylon to protect it from abrasive branches and rocks. Smaller pockets include two in the expandable lid, a 3D front pocket and a water bottle holder, giving you plenty of options for organizing your smaller essentials. Compression straps cinch away any excess space to keep the load balanced, and the waist and shoulder straps adjust to your specific needs. Bach included a rain cover in case your trip takes you through a shower, so you can keep hiking and stay on time.

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SKU: BCD0008
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