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Burton Kettle Backpack - 1220cu in

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    An instant classic.

    Backpacks don't get much more classic than the Burton Kettle Backpack. It has a simple yet functional design for everyday use. A padded laptop sleeve protects your computer, ergonomic shoulder straps allow for comfortable carrying, and a zippered accessory pocket keeps smaller items organized.

    • Padded laptop compartment
    • Cush ergonomic shoulder harness
    • Sternum strap
    • Zippered external pocket
    • Item #BUR004I

    Tech Specs

    Material
    [Gray Wool Leather] polyester/wool blend, full-grain leather, [Vintage Aloha ] cotton/polyester blend, [all others] 300D polyester, 600D polyester
    Volume
    1220 cu in
    Pockets
    1 external accessory
    Laptop Sleeve
    yes, padded
    Dimensions
    16.5 x 11 x 6 in
    Recommended Use
    school
    Manufacturer Warranty
    lifetime

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    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    This is a super simple, really great backpack. One main compartment and one outer pocket is all you really need, and the shoulder straps are really comfortable. The laptop sleeve can't hold a large laptop, but if you're fine with putting your laptop in the main compartment but not the padded sleeve, it'll be fine. If you spill something on the backpack, you can chuck it in the washing machine and it won't self-destruct (I'd let it air dry rather than but it in the dryer, though). I've had this for well over a year and use it frequently and there aren't any serious signs of wear on it.