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Timbuk2 Raider Pack 18l flare (2019)

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Timbuk2 Raider Pack 18l flare
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Product Description

Designed in collaboration with San Francisco's Mission Cycling Club, the Raider Pack frees you to get in a pre-work ride without weighing you down. Weighing less than a pound, the Raider was named after Mission Cycling's pre-work "raids" up the Marin Headlands. Cooked up over a post-raid breakfast at a San Francisco neighborhood café, Timbuk2 and Mission Cycling were sweaty, tired, and sick of carrying their street clothes in bulky backpacks built for hiking. Understanding the need for a small, lightweight commuter pack that could hold the day's essentials without slowing down the pre-work ride, this Raider was born.

Material: 70D Nylon Shadow Ripstop
Leisure Backpack  
total volume: 18 l
Size (W x H x D): 24/26 x 12 x 46 cm
400  g
Ventilation: Air mesh padding
compartments: Top zip pocket with key holder, Main compartment with two large storage compartments (for shoes, for example) and laptop compartment (up to 13")
belts & straps: Padded shoulder straps/ Chest strap/ Detachable hipbelt
Closing System: Zips
additional mounts: 2 drinking bottles, Light
Special Features: Reflective Elements
Build: Without back protector
Hydration System
Hydration bladder: Without  
100% nylon  
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