|Outer material||100% cotton|
|Additional material||bottom: 100% polyurethane|
"BW Hunter Backpack" by Brandit:
- olive-green backpack with two side pockets
- length: 50 cm, width: 45 cm, depth: 21 cm
- volume: 30 l
Okay, The "BW Hunter Backpack" is called 'Hunter Backpack', but is of course also suited for more animal friendly individuals - a great companion when moving through shrubs or wherever it may be needed. The black backpack by Brandit offers an awful lot of stowage space and keeps everything in place thanks to the buckles and belts.
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Surprisingly large and sturdy
I was really pleased with this rucksack when it turned up. It's difficult to gauge just how big it is from the dimensions given, but it easily fits a couple of A4 lever arch files with room for your lunch, and in my son's case his complete PE kit, including shoes. That's all without using the outside pockets. The lids to the main compartment and the side pouches are backed with plastic, so it is reasonably weather resistant. There's a drawcord round the top of the bag, under the lid and an inner pocket the full width of the bag. The canvas is fairly heavy duty and the stitching is sound. I wouldn't want to go on a major hike with it, but it's fine on the back of the motorbike. I reckon it'll be around for several years to come. Well worth the money.
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