Burton Trebel Yell Pack

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CLOSEOUTS . Skateboard straps, two pockets and a laptop sleeve let you load up Burton's Treble Yell backpack with more, more, more! Available Colors: TRUE BLACK, BLACK GHOST PLAID, MAJESTIC BLACK PLAID, GRIZZLY, MAJESTIC BOMBAY PLD, BOMBACLOT, TATTERED PLAID, MYSTIC, MADRAS, HOT BANDANA.

- Sierra Trading Post refers to the men's version

Get more bang for your buck. The Burton Treble Yell Pack makes the skating life easy. A Vertical Skate Carry, Cush Ergonomic Shoulder Harness, and Fleece-Lined Sound Pocket give every skater the essentials they need to keep the skating day moving from one location to the next.

- Altrec Outdoors refers to the men's version

Attention Burton Snowboards Gear can be shipped only within the United States.Description of Burton Treble Yell BackpackMake every mission count with the Burton Treble Yell Pack. Its got room for your laptop, mags, and supplies, plus nifty straps for your skateboard.FeaturesPadded Laptop Pocket 14in x 10in x 1in 35.5cm x 25.5cm x 2.5cmVertical Skate CarryBurton Logo Graphic Embroidery23L 17in x 11.5in x 7in 43cm x 29.25cm x 18cm600D Polyester300D Polyester DobbyCush Ergonomic Shoulder Harness1.25 lbs 0.57 kg

- US Outdoor Store refers to the men's version

Strap your deck to the Burton Treble Yell Backpack, take the midnight train into the city, and cause a ruckus with your old crew. A few lewd t-shirts, your music player filled with '80s rock, and your skate video-clogged laptop easily fit in the Treble Yell's pockets. Step off the train and skate down Park Avenue while comfortably hauling your shred-wear with the Treble Yell's padded shoulder straps.

- Backcountry.com refers to the men's version

Burton Trebel Yell Pack

Discontinued

The Trebel Yell Pack has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$24.95 - $49.95

The Burton Trebel Yell Pack is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 7, 2014 at Backcountry.com.

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