DAKINE Cyclone II 36L Dry Backpack

DAKINE Cyclone II 36L Dry Backpack
DAKINE Cyclone II 36L Dry Backpack
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Cyclone II 36L Dry Backpack by DAKINE
Your surf vacation to Southern California got a whole lot more convenient with the Dakine Cyclone II 36L Dry Backpack. Its roll top closure and welded construction make it totally waterproof to keep your gear protected when you hit the beach. PU coated zippers on the outside two pockets offer water-resistance to keep your smaller items protected if you aren't planning on submerging the bag. In addition to protection from moisture, the Cyclone II comes equipped with plenty of thoughtful details. A handy two-way purge valve inflates the bag to make it float or compresses the pack to save space when you're traveling and an integrated board carrying system makes it easier to carry your surf board to the beach and a breathable back panel keeps you comfortable when the walk is a long one. Finally, a laptop sleeve keeps your computer secure and away from your other things to help ease your travel days on your next surf trip.

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SKU: DAK00WG
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