Dakine Isis Backpack

Priced: $44.97 - $74.95 Rated:   - 4 stars out of 5 by 1 review.
Dakine Isis Backpack
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Color: Opal
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FEATURES of the Dakine Women's Isis Pack.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Dakine Women's Isis Pack.


  • Fits most 15" laptops


  • Fleece lined sunglass pocket


  • Padded laptop sleeve

Weather and Wind:

  • Front seam sealed wet/dry pocket


  • Organizer pocket
  • Side water bottle pockets
Whether you head for class, the beach, or another country, there are certain things you can't be without, and the DAKINE Women's Isis Backpack is the way to carry them. If you used to look through scratched lenses, then you'll appreciate the fleece-line pocket designed specifically for your stylish (and probably expensive) shades. That technological investment you call a laptop is safe and secure in the padded internal sleeve ... that is, unless you decide to huck the bag off the top of the chemistry lab building and change majors without first removing your portable computer.
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Dimension:19 x 12.5 x 7" / 48 x 32 x 18 cm
Material:600D Polyester
Volume:1400 cubic inches / 23 liter
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Dakine Isis Backpack Review:


This pack has a slim profile so you don't get that turtle look, but you can put a grip of stuff in it. I'm pretty petite and it fits me well, except the shoulder straps could be a little thinner. I have small shoulders though so it prob fine for most girls. I got the black cherry and it's a straight black color with a nice texture, and the lining is turquoise. Cute!

Nes. at Backcountry.com on 08/17/2012