High Sierra Powerglide Pro Backpack
Rolls with you, when you are carrying the most.
Fit & Design:
- 360° reflectivity
- Fully-padded, dedicated laptop sleeve , fits most 15.6" laptops
- Large main compartment + full-length secondary pocket
- Smooth-rolling, corner mounted wheels
- Full-length accessory pocket with organizer for tech and keys
- Quick stash external pocket
- Hip belt protects clothing from wheels
- Tuck-away backpack straps with airmesh + foam
- Dual water bottle pockets
- Telescoping handle zips away
- Country of Origin : Imported
- Style : 138585
- DSG Pro Tips
- Brand : High Sierra
- Web ID: 22HISUPWRGLDPRXXXBAG
|Overall Dimensions Overall Dimensions Definition||20.5" × 14.3" × 10"|
|Internal Dimensions Internal Dimensions Definition||20.5" × 14.3" × 10"|
|Linear Dimensions Linear Dimensions Definition||44.8"|
|Laptop Size Laptop Size Definition||15.6 in.|
|USB Port USB Port Definition||No|
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