Gear You Need: Dakine Trek Backpack

Gear You Need: Dakine Trek Backpack


Gear You Need: Dakine Trek Backpack

As the fall season begins, so does a return to school for many of us. From elementary’s to colleges, even the most enthusiastic extreme and adventure sports enthusiast returns to education.

Fall fashion is a critical component in the return to school so while you may be focusing on stylish clothes and kicks, don’t forget that you need a bag to fit your style too.

The Dakine Trek II Laptop Backpack is a great fit for the season. Its’ multi functional use is perfect for anyone that needs flexibility in their pack.

The Trek II has a stylish, clean design with tons of room, but can also shrink down for day to day use. The padded laptop sleeve is well designed to be accessed from the side allowing you to easily sort and organize the materials inside the pack around the laptop and the ability to take it in and out through the side, without having to open the top makes this a smart bag.

Besides carrying items to class, the Trek II is great to pack items for hiking or camping trips, as well as just carrying around my everyday necessities to work. The dual closure on the top ensures that even if the front straps come undone, then the bag will stay closed.





Product Details:

  • Limited Lifetime Warranty
  • Padded laptop sleeve
  • Fits most 15″ laptops
  • Interior mesh pocket
  • Breathable shoulder straps
  • Side access
  • Adjustable sternum strap

Find and purchase the Dakine Trek II Laptop Backpack HERE

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