FS: DANA DESIGN Jefferson lumbar pack computer briefcase

3:11 a.m. on May 21, 2011 (EDT)
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$50, postage included in the lower 48.

Dana Design - Jefferson

color: purple

volume: 1300 cubic inches

belt: MEDIUM (30"-36" waist)

number of compartments: 3

condition: great condition with these exceptions: 1) there is a stain on the coin and pen zippered compartment, as you can clearly see in the pictures. That same compartment has a couple ballpoint pen punctures, also seen in the photos. 2) there is a surface cut on the inside of the belt. You can also see this in the pictures in a red circle. It is not completely through the material, and as long as I've used it, the cut has never deepened or become worse. It's only on the surface of the belt material. 3) the original Dana Design shoulder strap is delaminating. The special padding structure underneath the foam is cracking and separating from the foam. You don't see many of these lumbar packs include the original shoulder strap. This original shoulder strap is in poor condition, but it is entirely functional and useable

uses: this is quite a large lumbar pack. It can fit a laptop computer in the main compartment. It even has a small extension skirt. You can tuck shirts and coats behind the coin and pen compartment, as I've tried to show you in a couple of the photos. The lid compartment is quite large as well. Because of the crossbeams in the design, you can easily use this as an overnight pack. It can handle a sizable load and still feel comfortable. The compression straps are big enough to hold a sleeping pad or sleeping bag.

high resolution photos found HERE in a zip file

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