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From the maker of the genuine Swiss Army Knife comes a durable backpack by SwissGear. This versatile backpack is made for convenience and functionality, and it's loaded with features like a computer compartment. This backpack also has a large packing capacity. The main pocket provides protected packing for up to three binders, gaming peripherals, and other accessories.
Other advanced features include contoured shoulder straps and airflow back system for enhanced comfort. The interior pocket organizer provides divider pockets for pens, pencils, cellphone, and anything else you need. And the water bottle pocket provides a convenient place to store your bottle. There is even an elastic tab on the shoulder strap that keeps sunglasses secure and conveniently accessible.
This backpack is available in three different colors: black, red, and grey.
My son has used this backpack in high school and continues using it (sophomore in college). Great backpack!Published 4 hours ago by mamaturk
Wish I had read and listened to reviews more carefully, I bought this as a lightning deal, so at least I saved some money, but as others said, the stitching is all very quickly... Read morePublished 5 hours ago by Devourr
The bag is good in all the aspects and suitable to all weather conditions and looks so stylish when you wear it. Read morePublished 22 hours ago by Vinod K.
great backpack. quality build. exactly as described. 10/10, would pack again.Published 2 days ago by Jamie
Pretty awesome backpack. Currently carrying a MacBook Pro 13", plus iPad and a slew of other things. The small accessory pocket up front is kind of hard to get in and out of. Read morePublished 3 days ago by mdisher
I bought this bag to replace a decade old Outdoor Products bag that I had used daily. My need is to hold gym cloths, flip flops, lunch, and a laptop for commuting between work and... Read morePublished 4 days ago by Jon Brooks