Burton Day Hiker 28L Backpack

Burton Day Hiker 28L Backpack
Burton Day Hiker 28L Backpack
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Day Hiker 28L Backpack by Burton
Blur the line between work and play with the Burton Day Hiker 28L Backpack. Finals week, mid-winter pow days, trips around town, and summer camp shredding--its versatile design helps it handle all of that and more. The padded laptop sleeve converts to a hydration sleeve when you want to stay hydrated on the hill, an Airflow channel on the back panel helps you stay cool whether you're riding your snowboard or your bike, and multiple pockets keep everything from pens and papers to snacks and sunglasses neatly organized.

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SKU: BUR01Z1
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