Peak Design Packing Cube

Peak Design Packing Cube
Peak Design Packing Cube
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Packing Cube by Peak Design
The Peak Design Packing Cube organizes your suitcase with ease. Its unique tear-away zipper allows you to access the contents of the cube very quickly. An internal divider keeps your dirty laundry separate and is accessible with the straight zipper. Each compartment, the clean and the dirty, is able to expand and contract based on its contents for stress-free and organized packing.

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SKU: PKE001C
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