Marmot Tool Box 20L Backpack

Marmot Tool Box 20L Backpack
Marmot Tool Box 20L Backpack
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Tool Box 20L Backpack by Marmot
Aptly named, the Marmot Tool Box 20L Backpack is compact, well-organized, and holds everything you need for your daily commute. A padded laptop sleeve within the main compartment can hold most 15-inch laptops, and it doubles as a hydration sleeve if you decide to hit the trail instead of class. The padded shoulder straps keep you comfortable as you travel, with a sternum and waist strap for added support and mesh padding along the back for ventilation in warm weather. Two side pockets are the perfect place to stash water bottles, a fleece-lined pocket at the top gives you quick access to sunglasses or smart phone, and a front zippered stash helps you organize small essentials.

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SKU: MAR01LR
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