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Archival Clothing Roll Top Pack in Olive

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I used it for about a month. Great condition. since there aren't any defects or problems with this bag, I'm just going to quote the description from Archival Clothing's site. *final sale item, no refund

Dimensions: 18" x 12" x 5" (rolled), expands to 24.5" Weight: 2lbs 5oz


"Roll-top closure secured by a stout Horween leather strap and solid brass roller buckle, double-layer bottom, an interior stash pocket, and two exterior side pockets great for keys, mini U-lock, or anything else requiring quick access. Includes a semi-rigid, padded back panel and solid brass rings to adjust the shoulder straps, just like our classic Rucksack model. A Horween leather lash point on the front panel makes a great place to attach anything from a bike light to a sleeping pad.
The backpack is constructed from the highest quality materials: water-resistant 18 oz cotton duck, Horween leather, and thread are of US origin. Webbing and most of our solid brass hardware is sourced from the UK. Edges are bound in waxed cotton tape and all stress points are bar-tacked or riveted.
Care: Wipe clean with a damp cloth or brush. Spot clean with cold water. Do not use soap. Do not dry clean or machine wash, as this will remove the finish."


$165 $125 (final)
 

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