JanSport Right Pack

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With it's signature suede leather bottom, the JanSport Right Pack is the iconic backpack. With an internal 15 inch laptop sleeve and front organizer pocket, the Right Pack is sure to be the best backpack for wherever your day takes you.

- CampSaver.com

Using fabric inspired by countries around the world, JanSport created the Right Pack World Daypack with eye-popping patterns in a familiar pack shape.


Jansport Right Pack ExpressionsThe Jansport Right Pack Expressions is one great bag to have about you when you set out to explore the wild outdoors. Constructed using 600D heat-embossed polyester and cotton, this pack is strong and sturdy to provide long-lasting service. It has a suede-leather bottom that is durable and tough enough for rough usage. The front utility pocket has an organizer that you can use to sort out your essential articles and to keep them within easy reach for whenever you might need them. Thanks to its internal sleeve pocket, you can fit in a 15 in. laptop with ease. Plus in its main, large compartment, you can pack all your belongings safely for your journey. It comes with fitted shoulder pads, that are adjustable to your liking, to grant you greater comfort. The Jansport Right Pack Expressions certainly stands by you on all your expeditions!

- SunnySports

The Jansport Right Pack World Backpack features color-drenched exotic prints, giving you a taste of international flavor when you travel to school, commute to work, or shuffle through the airport. This classic backpack has a large main compartment for hauling textbooks and other mid-size items, and its 15-inch laptop pocket secures your computer when you're hauling it to and from work. In addition, the front utility and stash pockets organize small items and accessories, giving you easy access when you need to grab something on-the-fly.

- Backcountry.com