No matter where your travels take you, trust the Pacsafe Venturesafe X30 Backpack to carry your valuable items securely. The Venturesafe boasts a rugged, PU-coated nylon exterior that withstands light precipitation and other abrasive elements. Not to mention, the nylon exterior is backed up with eXomesh slashguard in areas of high vulnerability. This technology ultimately prevents your bag from being slashed open (and valuables consequently stolen) when en-route to your destination. The RFIDsafe pockets boast a safety shield that prevents sensitive information from getting stolen by blocking all transmissions between 10MHz and 3 GHz (e. g. the radio frequency used in passports, currency cards, and so on). Additionally, the smart-locking zippers, security loops, and Dyneema webbing also offer added security for your pack. The myriad of pockets, like the laptop-sleeve, offer ample organization for all of your necessities. Not to mention, the Ventursafe is also hydration system compatible, so you never have to be without water. Padded and breathable foam straps combined with the aluminum support frame assure a comfortable and supportive feel as you walk, while the sternum strap and waist belt offer a personalized fit. And, an integrated rain cover offers added protection in the face of a torrential downpour.
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