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Burton Tinder 16L Backpack - Kids'

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    He'll be the coolest kid in class with the color-drenched style of the Burton Tinder Kids' Backpack. This rucksack features a drawstring closure, with two compression straps to cinch-down the pack's contents, such as school textbooks, folders, and notebooks. Other features include faux leather details and padded shoulder straps.

    • Rucksack with drawstring closure
    • Dual compression straps
    • Roomy main compartment
    • Faux leather details
    • Padded shoulder straps
    • Item #BUR00U1

    Tech Specs

    Material
    600D polyester with TPE coating
    Volume
    16L (976cu in)
    Access
    rucksack with drawstring
    Pockets
    1 main compartment
    Dimensions
    15.75 x 10.5 x 6 in
    Claimed Weight
    1 lb 12.8 oz
    Recommended Use
    casual
    Manufacturer Warranty
    limited lifetime

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    Nice kid's pack

    • Familiarity: I've put it through the wringer

    We have two of these Burton tinder backpacks for my kids, ages 6 and 5. They are very good quality and large enough to hold notebooks, etc. There is a zippered pocket in the top flap, and two separate pouches on the inside, so good for keeping a child organized. The sternum strap is a nice feature. My complaints are that the buckles are too difficult for them to press open, so we only use the drawstring feature underneath the flap. Also, as this is a kid's pack, I find the excess strap to be really long when you tighten the shoulder straps to fit a child. We have solved the problem by rolling the straps up and rubber banding them. Overall though, a good pack.