Burton Upslope 28L Backpack

Burton Upslope 28L Backpack
Burton Upslope 28L Backpack
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Upslope 28L Backpack by Burton
A rainy bike ride to school or work is no problem for Burton's Upslope Backpack. Not only does it have a roll-top closure and water-resistant materials, but the bottom wet/dry compartment separates your wet clothing from your dry daily essentials. The removable webbing belt and attachments for bike lights make this backpack commuter-friendly.

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SKU: BUR024E
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