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Manifest™ Daypack


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€ 39,97 € 79,95
Style# 1585771
Uses: Trail
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Style# 1585771
Uses Trail


This backpack is perfect for campus, especially if your campus is a national park. It’s got advanced repellency [school can be messy place at times] and features soft-pocket, exclusive access to a soft pouch that can hold a 17” screen. It also has a deluxe, internal organizer and a second soft pocket for smaller electronics. It also have reflective detailing and a rescue whistle.

  • Omni-Shield™ advanced repellency
  • Techlite™ shoulder straps
  • Deluxe internal organization
  • Fits up to 17” laptop
  • Dense EVA foam shock absorbing insert on bottom laptop compartment
  • Reflective safety accents
  • Soft tricot lined electronics pocket
  • Sternum strap with rescue whistle
  • Dual water bottle pockets
  • Tricot lined exclusive access padded laptop compartment
  • Dimensions: 18.5 x 13.5 x 7.25 in
  • Volume: 1708 cu. in / 28 L
  • Weight: 2 lb 2.5 oz
  • Imported

  • Shell: 420 Denier Rip-Stop 100% polyester
  • 420 Denier Coated Oxford 100% nylon
Cushioning midsole

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Superior cushioning for impact absorption and high energy return.


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Shipping Method Rate Expected Delivery Time
Standard €6.00 3-7 Business Days
Standard (Finland, Italy, Spain) €9.00 3-7 Business Days
Express €15.00 2-3 Business Days
Express (Italy, Spain) €23.00 2-3 Business Days

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If for any reason you are not satisfied with your online purchase, you may return your product within 30 days of receiving your order by sending it back to us. Every order comes complete with a return label.

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