DAKINE Concourse 28L Backpack

DAKINE Concourse 28L Backpack
DAKINE Concourse 28L Backpack
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Concourse 28L Backpack by DAKINE
Take to the skies completely organized with the Dakine Concourse 28L Backpack. This travel-specific pack, the middle size in Dakines Concourse line, has 28 liters of storage that provide ample room for anything you need on a trip. To make sliding through security a breeze, the Concourse 28L features a large top access opening that leads to a padded 17in laptop sleeve, a fleece lined tablet sleeve and a cable management pocket. To ensure that you can bring everything you want on your trip and stay organized, this pack also has specific water bottle and headphone pockets, as well as a quick access front zipper pocket for small items. In addition to this organization, the clean lines and stylish shape of this pack will make sure you don't look out of place on your next business trip.

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SKU: DAK01ER
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