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Product Specifications
Capacity
30 L
Dimensions
18.5" x 9.5" x 9.5"
Segments
4
Outer Material
420 Denier Nylon
Inner Material
100 Denier Robic Dynatec
Matador SEG30 segmented backpack offers efficient organization and a 30-liter capacity

Matador SEG30 segmented backpack offers efficient organization and a 30-liter capacity

The Matador SEG30 segmented backpack offers four segments, so you can organize and store various items, including dirty clothes, a laptop, small accessories, and more. In fact, the zipper pockets allow you to separate essentials and access everything you need easily. This segmented backpack also includes an external-access padded laptop sleeve to protect your device during transportation. And the handy water bottle pocket is useful for quick access. Furthermore, the SEG30 boasts a 30-liter capacity and is compliant with most airlines. It’s also lightweight, weighing 690 grams, so you won’t feel the weight on your shoulder. You can expose this backpack to the rain, thanks to the UTS waterproofing. And the 420-denier nylon outer material ensures it’s durable when you’re on the go. Finally, the straps are easily adjustable and the rugged carry handles provide plenty of security.

Matador SEG30 segmented backpack offers efficient organization and a 30-liter capacity
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Gadget Flow Rating 8.1/10
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Discovered on Nov 22, 2020, 2:58 am EST
Discovered by Amy Poole
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