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2% FOR THE ELEPHANTS

HITCo™ Backpack Urban One | Dark Grey

HITCO™  Backpack Urban One | Dark Grey image number 0
HITCO™  Backpack Urban One | Dark Grey image number 1

HITCo™ Backpack Urban One | Dark Grey

$75.99
sku: 7006
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HITCo™ Backpack Urban One | Dark Grey

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Traveling has never been made easier with the HITCO™ Urban One that holds all your tech essentials secure and organized. With various pockets for storage, a molded protective pocket for your valuables, a designated padded laptop sleeve, and built-in organizers, there is plenty of room for all of your transportable essentials.

 Features:

  • Padded back panel and shoulder straps.
  • Dedicated laptop compartment with protective laptop sleeve and tablet sleeve.
  • Large main compartment and multiple exterior zip pockets for added storage and organization.
  • Zipper compartment to store bulky items.
  • Comfy padded back panel and shoulder straps.
  • Slide-style back pocket enclosures.
  • Bottom Tie Down Straps.
  • Removable HITCO™ Patch Velcro Band.
  • D-rings sides for the carabiner.

Heavy construction:

  • 1680D Ballistic Nylon Shell.
  • 420D Nylon Packcloth Lining.
  • YKK Zippers, Sliders, and Pullers.
  • Mountaineering Grade Hardware.
  • Nylon And Poly Heavy-Duty Mil-Spec Webbing.
  • Air Mesh Backpanel And Shoulder Straps.
  • EVA Foam Reinforced Shoulder Straps.

Dimensions: 

  • 3.5" x 11" x 17"

THE HITCO™ MISSION

2% FOR THE ELEPHANTS

Two percent of the sales of all HITCo™ products goes to The Elephant Sanctuary in Tennessee. They’ve been providing home and herd to elephants retired from performance and exhibition for 25 years.

IN TENNESSEE

THE ELEPHANT SANCTUARY

The Elephant Sanctuary exists to provide captive elephants with individualized care, the companionship of a herd, and the opportunity to live out their lives in a safe haven dedicated to their well-being. It also exists to educate the public of the complex needs of elephants in captivity and the crisis facing elephants in the wild.