DAKINE Boot 30L Bag

DAKINE Boot 30L Bag
DAKINE Boot 30L Bag
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Boot 30L Bag by DAKINE
This simplistic Boot Bag conveniently stores your boots whether you're sipping champagne in first class or riding backseat in an overcrowded wagon. It accommodates ski or snowboard boots and boasts a small front pocket to keep you organized.

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SKU: DAK1277
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