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60L Outdoor Waterproof Hiking Camping Backpack

$30.99

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Explore the world in style with the company of the Free Knight SA008 60L Outdoor Waterproof Hiking Camping Backpack! It features a spacious main compartment with side mesh pockets, offering enough space to pack all your necessities and equipment. Waist pack design with thickened shoulder and waist straps helps to alleviate pressure on the spine and shoulder fatigue. Made of high-grade nylon fabric with splatterproof coating, it resists wear and abrasion and is perfect for outdoor use. Click and order right now!

Features:
1. Spacious main compartment with side mesh pockets
2. 60L high capacity, offer enough space to pack all your necessities and equipment
3. Waist pack design alleviates pressure on the spine and shoulder fatigue
4. Thickened shoulder and waist straps for maximum comfort
5. Made of high-grade nylon fabric with splatterproof coating, resist wear and abrasion
6. Perfect for outdoor use

Specifications:
1. Brand: Free Knight
2. Description: Backpack
3. Manufature: Free Knight(UK)Limited
4. Origin: Baigou,China
5. Material: Nylon
6. Grade: Superior
7. Color: Green, Blue, Black, Orange
8. Capacity: 60L
9. Dimensions: (12.60 x .87 x 29.13)" / (32 x 20 x 74)cm (L x W x H)
10. Weight: 39.51oz / 1120g
11. Waterproof: Yes
12. Model: SA008

Package Includes:
1 x Backpack

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