Thule RoundTrip Boot Backpack

Thule RoundTrip Boot Backpack
Thule RoundTrip Boot Backpack
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RoundTrip Boot Backpack by Thule
It's always a good idea to bring your boots as a carry-on when flying with ski or snowboard gear, and the Thule RoundTrip Boot Backpack lets you conveniently carry your boots with a compact design. The main compartment features a fold down cover, which doubles as a standing mat once you're ready to boot-up. Two zippered side pockets are a great place to stash gloves, beanies, and other accessories, while a heat-molded Safezone pocket ensures your goggles and electronics don't get crushed in transit.

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SKU: THU003C
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