DAKINE Canyon 28L Backpack

DAKINE Canyon 28L Backpack
DAKINE Canyon 28L Backpack
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Canyon 28L Backpack by DAKINE
As the biggest pack in Dakine's killer do-it-all Canyon line, the Canyon 28L Backpack is made to make your weekend getaways smooth, and your gear-heavy days on the trail even silkier. Catching a ride up the coast for a three-day surf-and-skate sesh is way easier when you only have one bag to haul, and you can pull your laptop out and replace it with a hydration reservoir if you think there's more hiking than POV-video watching on the weekend's menu.

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SKU: DAK00WD
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