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DC Wolfbred Backpack

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Specs

Material: 100% Polyester
Type:
  • School Pack
Size: 19 L x 12 W x 8.5 H
Waist-Belt:
  • No Waist-Belt
Hydration Compatible:
  • Non Hydration Compatible
Rain Cover:
  • No Rain Cover
Access Types: zipper top
External Pockets: side zipper
Insulated:
  • Non Insulated
Waterproof:
  • Non Waterproof
Snowboard Carry:
  • Snowboard Carry
Snowboard Carry:
  • Snowboard Carry
Ski Carry:
  • Non Ski Carry
Gear Loops:
  • No Gear Loops
Shovel Pocket:
  • No Shovel Pocket
Recommended Use:
  • School
  • Daily Use
Manufacturer Warranty: 1 Year

Description: DC Wolfbred Backpack

Key Features of the DC Wolfbred Backpack:
  • front skate straps with snap closure
  • side zip compartments
  • side patch pocket
  • top loading lined accessory pocket
  • large main compartment
  • laptop compartment
  • internal organizer
  • padded backpanel and shoulder straps
  • exterior branding
  • 100% Polyester

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purchased for my 13 yr old grandson. He picked it out!
Janet V on Sep 4, 2013
My son is a big fan!
Bernadette T on Aug 25, 2013
What are the dimensions of this backpack? Will it be overly huge on an average 8 yr old and can someone quickly make a matching lunchbox plz?
Heather L on Aug 1, 2013
Best Answer: Below are the DC Woldbred Backpack dimensions:

Length: 19"
Depth: 12"
Height: 8.5"

The shoulder straps are fully adjustable and if the average 8 yr old has a torso length of 19" the pack should fit perfectly.

If I knew how to make a lunchbox for you I would, but I'm sure you'd have some luck finding a camo or orange one somewhere. I'd pick an orange one.
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