Filson Ranger Backpack

Filson Ranger Backpack
Filson Ranger Backpack
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Ranger Backpack by Filson
It might look like it, but Filson's Ranger Backpack is not the same rucksack that your grand pappy used to haul fifty miles uphill both ways to school. Filson remodeled this vintage rucksack with an internal divider sized for large laptops, and the removable wool pouch protects your smartphone from dings and dents.

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SKU: FSN008U
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