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Camping Survivals Cycling Hiking Sports Fashion Backpack

$19.00

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Introductions:
The Camping Survivals Cycling Hiking Sports Fashion Backpack gives you the freedom of packing up his own gears and fun items for every outdoor trip. Spacious main compartment can hold books, clothes, or other daily essentials. It also has a front pocket with zip closure. Plus, it provides two side mesh pockets for water bottles. Padded and adjustable shoulder straps allow for a custom, comfortable fit. Click and order now!

Features:
1. Breathable mesh shoulder straps, bottle holder on the both sides
2. Water-repellent and tear-resistant nylon material
3. It will be a fantastic necessity for not matter outdoor sports or leisure activities in or out of the city
4. Convenient for hiking, traveling, camping, running, cycling, mountaineering
5. Suitable for women

Specifications:
1. Material: Nylon & Polyester
2. Color: Red, Navy Blue, Blue, Green, Black

3. Capacity: 20L
4. Dimensions: (15.8 x 9.8 x 6.3)" / (40 x 25 x 16)cm (L x W x H)
5. Weight: 10.58oz / 300g
6. Brand: Camping Survivals

Package Includes:
1 x Backpack

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