Millican Fraser The Rucksack 18L

Millican Fraser The Rucksack 18L
Millican Fraser The Rucksack 18L
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Fraser The Rucksack 18L by Millican
The Millican Fraser The Rucksack 18L is a classic commuter for the person that likes to explore the city in style. The durable Bionic Canvas material is impregnated with paraffin wax to make it weatherproof, and a DWR coating resists rains and dirt even further. A padded laptop sleeve protects your computer from the trials of biking and hopping trains, and multiple accessory pockets keep you organized and provide quick access to essentials. A bike light attachment keeps you visible at night to other cyclists or motorists after a long day at the office and climbing gym.

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SKU: MCI000D
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