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Parcel Delivery to Santo Domingo, La Romana, Santiago and Bávaro for RD$ 290
The backpack has a handy outer compartment where you can keep for example, keys and mobile phone, so it is easy to find and to access your things.
The zippered side opening makes it easy to access your things in the main compartment, even when the backpack is fully packed.
There’s a separate compartment in the back that holds a 15" computer.
The adjustable and padded shoulder straps keep the backpack firmly and comfortably in place on the back.
There’s space for both a water bottle and a larger umbrella in the side pockets.
The fabric is made of recycled polyester. Using waste as a resource takes us one step closer to a more sustainable future.
The backpack fabric is water-resistant.
|Length:||16 ½ "|
|Width:||14 ½ "|
|Weight Gross:||14 oz|
|Weight Net:||14 oz|
|Volume per package:||0.14 cu.ft|
Do not bleach.
Hand wash warm water.
To be washed separately.
Close the zipper before washing.
Do not iron.
Do not dry clean.
May be completed with practical RENSARE bags that help you stay organized and foldable SKYNKE carrier bag.
For colorful personalities there are the sturdy STARTTID bags with new design, recycled fabric and separate laptop pockets. Works as well for adults as for children and holds everything needed for daily commutes to work and school.
When we created our bag collection, we used our knowledge of how to organiZe the home in smart ways. It resulted in different styles and sizes for different needs and activities. With compartments and pockets for things you want to bring when you’re on the go. All in all, solutions for the many people and a sustainable way to bring the most needed parts of the home with you. With everything in its place and a place for everything.
When we created our bag collection, we used our knowledge of how to organise the home in smart ways. It resulted in bags for different needs and activities. And a sustainable way to have everything in its place and a place for everything.
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