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Retailers' Descriptions

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The Biggie Day Pack by High Sierra has a padded computer sleeve that will hold most 17" screen laptops. Large mesh side pockets can hold beverages and the front zippered slash pocket is there for even more stuff. An inside lined pocket will keep your pens, cell phone or MP3 player in place and safe from the other contents. For comfort, there's a padded back panel and an adjustable waist belt. Because this bag is equipped to take necessities with you; it will soon become your constant companion.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

CLOSEOUTS . Whether it's a trek across campus or a day hike up the trail, High Sierra's Biggie daypack backpack has the features, durability and comfort to see you through the journey. Large, multi-compartment design Padded computer sleeve holds most 17 notebook computers Deluxe organizer with mesh zip pocket Large mesh side pockets for water bottles Easy-access MP3 player pocket with customized, zipper-stop headphone port S-shaped shoulder straps have comfortable VAPEL mesh AIRFLOW padding with COLLAR-COMFORT edge Open mesh shoulder strap cell phone/audio pocket Adjustable side compression straps Front panel zip slash pocket Monster hook and bottom reflective loop Comfortable padded back panel with adjustable webbing waistbelt Dimensions (HxWxD): 20x13x9 Capacity: 2441 cu.in Weight: 2 lb. 3 oz. Material: Grid weave Duralite(R), shiny mini-waffle weave, 600 denier Duralite(R) Made in China

- Sierra Trading Post

High Sierra Biggie


The Biggie has been discontinued.

previously retailed for:
$23.95 - $43.88

The High Sierra Biggie is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen October 5, 2013 at SunnySports.

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