Rains 14L Backpack

Rains 14L Backpack
Rains 14L Backpack
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14L Backpack by Rains
Simple, yet sophisticated, the Rains Backpack brings no-nonsense function and style to your daily commutes and trips around town. Faux leather gives it a luxurious look without harming any animals, and the internal sleeve keeps your computer, tablet, or documents secure when you're on the move.

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SKU: RIA0006
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