So Ill's Dirt Bag is far from dirty. It's a beautifully decorated, highly protective bag built for roamers, dreamers, and wanderlust climbers. The Dirt Bag fits in at climbing gyms or even grocery stores, but it thrives on the move whether you're traveling by car, plane, or approach shoe. Its ruggedly waterproof construction pairs TPU-laminated material with a roll-top closure to fend off wet weather and keep your gear dry. You can compress the roll-top down and carry the bag like a tote, or sling it over your shoulder with the removable shoudler strap. The laptop sleeve and base plate are also removable for even more versatility in the vertical and horizontal worlds.
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So Ill Holds Dirt Bag
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