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HIGHLANDS 22
HIGHLANDS 22
HIGHLANDS 22
HIGHLANDS 22
HIGHLANDS 22

KARRIMOR

HIGHLANDS 22

¥16,500

Color:
BLACK
Size:
ONE SIZE

Unfortunately, this item cannot be shipped overseas. Rucksack

Durable CORDURA ECO fabric with excellent wear resistance and silvaguard + coating specifications.
For bottoms that are easily worn, place the fabric so that the coated surface is facing up.
The back can be passed through the handle of the carry case.
With a zipper lock loop that prevents the zipper from being easily opened by passing it through the loop when the zipper is closed.


Volume: 22L

Weight: 710g
MAterial: 420D CORDURA ECO HD OX (Nylon 100%)

Characteristics
・ PC compatible (~ 15 inches)


This product will be delivered in late September. ... is my plans.
If you place an order before it arrives, we will accept it by reservation.
We will ship as soon as it arrives.
Please use it.
* Due to production reasons, the delivery date of the product may change.



What is KARRIMOR? The British outdoor brand "Karimar", the birthplace of alpinism.
The etymology is "carry more".
Karimor was born in 1946 as a cycle bag maker by Mr. and Mrs. Charles & Mary Parson.
Its tough and functional reputation quickly reached climbers.
Then, in 1957, he entered the field of rucksacks.
At the same time as developing cutting-edge products that meet the goals of top climbers, we started supporting the challenges of many mountaineers and adventurers.
We have conducted joint research with world-famous climbers and announced many innovative products.
These challenge spirits and the feedback from them are the reason why Karimor lives with climbers, not just outdoor brands ... or is called alpinism itself.
From the first climbing backpack to the present, Karimor continues to challenge the world's highest peaks, polar regions and rainforests.