Board your international flight comfortably with everything you could possibly need, organized nicely in the Eagle Creek Wayfinder 40L Backpack. The largest in the Wayfinder line, this travel pack is perfect for the person who likes to travel prepared. With this pack you can bring an extra change of clothes, your old college text book and all the extra snacks you could want while still having room for the necessities. Those necessities all have specific pockets that allow you to stay organized even while rushing through the airport. A padded 17in laptop sleeve holds your personal computer, while your water bottle slips easily into a zippered side pocket and your sunglasses stay safe and sound in a fleece lined pocket. If you commuted through rain on the way to the airport there is even a self draining front pocket that allows you to stash your raincoat. You can comfortably carry all of these items, despite their weight, thanks to the women-specific suspension system. Combining this suspension system with ergonomic shaped shoulder straps, a tuck away hip belt and a padded back panel allows you to go straight from the airport to the trail head for a short hike with confidence.
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