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2 X Vango backpacks 35 litres ?20 - one left!


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2 for ?35

Or ?20 each

Used but in good condition. ONLY THE BLUE ONE LEFT

Capacity: 35 litres

AirForce Back System with breathable AirMesh to help with airflow for a comfort wear

Ergonomic padded hip belt for weight and load distribution support

Top lid access with extendable gaiter and buckle closure for quick access to your contents

Top lid with zipped pocket for safe storage of smaller essentials

Additional zip pocket under lid opening for hiding and safe keeping of your phone, wallet and keys

Twin side pockets of quick access to sustenance

Specifically designed zip pulls for ease of access and operation whist on the move

Detachable rain cover included

Hydration compatible

Dual side compression straps

Sternum Strap with emergency whistle

Shock cord for additional storage of maps and compass

Ice axe and walking pole external attachments

Shoulder grab handle for transporting the rucksack around the campsite

Pack Size: L20.0 x H60.0 x W27.0cm

Weight: 1.22kg

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