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Banjo Brothers

Metro Compact Backpack

Model # (MBANJO05)
$64.99
Black
18L
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Banjo Brothers Metro Compact Backpack

Whether for a commute, beer run, or to and from class, cyclists have relied on Banjo Brothers backpacks as an all-purpose way to carry their stuff around. The Metro Compact Backpack has a ton of organizational ability with twelve interior and exterior pockets, a padded laptop sleeve, exterior cinch straps, and more. At 1100 cubic inches, it’s big enough for the commute yet it has a stylishly compact profile.

- 18 oz vinyl tarp material for easier cleaning with hanging liner for excellent water resistance
- Full width wicking back pad
- 12 interior and exterior pockets to organize your gear
- Padded laptop pocket fits up to 10" x 15" notebooks
- Front and rear reflective tape and webbing tab for safety light
- Cell phone holster included
- Front and rear reflective tape and webbing tab for safety light
- Weight: 3.06 lbs
- Dimensions: 16?H x 11?L x 6.5?W
- Capacity: 1100 cubic inches / 18 liters

 

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