Peak Design Travel 45L Backpack

Peak Design Travel 45L Backpack
Peak Design Travel 45L Backpack
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Travel 45L Backpack by Peak Design
The Peak Design Travel 45L Backpack functions as a day bag, carry-on, or checked bag for all of your travel needs. The backpacks default 35L configuration meets the maximum international carry-on standards so you can confidently fly. Or, if you need a little extra room, dual expansion zips offer an extra 10L and the durable face fabric and ultra-light foam padding keep your gear protected so you can check the bag with peace of mind. Conversely, compression snaps reduce the bag to 30L when you're out on a day trip while tons of internal and external pockets help you keep all of your gear organized throughout the duration of your travels, wherever they may be.

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SKU: PKE0018
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