DAKINE Explorer 26L Backpack

DAKINE Explorer 26L Backpack
DAKINE Explorer 26L Backpack
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Explorer 26L Backpack by DAKINE
Before you head to school, strap your board to the Dakine Explorer Backpack so you can poach the ledges behind the gym during lunch. Fit your laptop, smartphone, sunglasses, and books in the Explorer's pockets so they don't get lost between your first and second class. Once lunch comes around, head around back and pull some wax out of the organizer pocket that also holds your pens and pencils. When the ledge is waxed and ready to shred, put on your tunes and do your best to make it to your next class.

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SKU: DAK011M
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