Aaron Reserve from Aaron Leather Goods is to be endorsed for uniqueness and finesse as every product of this collection has a character of its own. The Baritone Collection from Aaron Reserve is inspired from Camouflage Canvas and Vintage Leather. Fargo Camouflage Backpack is a unique blend of minimalist art and utmost class by being compact and light weight. A Bag for your back without feeling the weight of it at all.
- Handcrafted with Heavy Duty Water Repellent Waxed Canvas, Premium Quality Leather and Highly Durable Polyester Lining to make this Backpack long lasting for excursions and expedition.
- It has 2 External Pockets; a front Buckle Closure pocket for documents and a back Zippered Pocket for I pads, Mobile and other essentials.
- It has a Roll Top Buckle Closure mechanism which houses 1 Big Internal Compartment having an organizer slot to keep 1 mobile, 3 pen slots and a zippered pocket for other essentials on one side and a padded laptop sleeve with Velcro closure on the other side.
- The Organizer Slot in the internal compartment is not embedded to the wall thus creating 2 additional sleeves to keep note pad or other essentials.
- It has an an adjustable 2" Wide Webbed Shoulder Strap with Leather for ease while travelling. It also has a Rectangle handle to hold the Backpack along with a Carry On Vertical Pass through at the back for Trolley.
- Corrosion Free Silver Antique Fittings with durable hardware is used for manufacturing this Backpack. This Backpack is some sort of consolation if not the revelation in the industry where a user with minimal requirement can enjoy the outdoor experience.
Dimensions(LxWxH) : 14" X 4" X 13.5" Inches
All our products carry a One Year Standard Warranty from the date of purchase. Upon successful product registration a customer is entitled for the warranty against defects like protruding stitches, loose rivets, malfunctioning zippers, broken straps or other hardware defects which falls under the warranty coverage provided by Aaron Leather Goods.
Product Color may Vary in some cases due to different batches of production or difference in display screen resolutions.