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Green Bay Packers Southpaw Backpack

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Green Bay Packers Southpaw Backpack
Show off your Green Bay Packers spirit with this Southpaw Backpack. Officially licensed by the National Football League, this backpack is made of polyester with durable 600D nylon with 840D nylon accents; it breathes and cleans easily.

It is accented with a felt team logo applique on the front. Features adjustable padded shoulder straps and a cell phone and MP3 holder Inside is a front pocket organizer with a key ring holder and CD/MP3 holder with a headphone port on top, so you can easily listen to your favorite tunes.

The top handle makes for easy 1-handed carrying. This is the perfect midsize bag for younger or older kids, or adults who want a smaller, lightweight carrying bag.
  • Sports back pack
  • Green Bay Packers
  • NFL officially licensed
  • Polyester with durable nylon accents
  • Front team logo applique
  • Adjustable padded shoulder straps
  • Front pocket organizer
  • Top 1-hand carrying handle
  • Made of polyester
  • Care instructions: Machine wash with like colors.
  • Measures 18"H x 8.5"W x 6.5"D
  • Weighs 1.1 lbs
  • Color: hunter green
  • Unisex product for any age
  • Made in China

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By Jacks Mom

from KY

About Me Sports Enthusiast

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  • Attractive Design
  • Shows Off Team Pride
  • Stylish


  • Breaks Easily
  • Poor Construction

Best Uses

  • Anytime

Comments about Green Bay Packers Southpaw Backpack Green:

On the second day of school - Zipper Completely Broke. I had one sad, disappointed little boy - who was carrying his backpack in one hand & his books all in the other.

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