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URBAN LIGHT 10
URBAN LIGHT 10
URBAN LIGHT 10
URBAN LIGHT 10
URBAN LIGHT 10
URBAN LIGHT 10
URBAN LIGHT 10
URBAN LIGHT 10
URBAN LIGHT 10
URBAN LIGHT 10
URBAN LIGHT 10

KARRIMOR

URBAN LIGHT 10

¥6,050

Color:
BLACK
Size:
ONE SIZE

Style number: 201030

Using CORDURA fabric with excellent strength, it is a unique yet simple yet styling accent. Rucksack with an impressive design

A cute small backpack that can be used in unisex.
This is ideal when cashless society is progressing and you want to actively go out with only the minimum necessary belongings.
A body that uses CORDURA®, which has excellent durability in contrast to its cute appearance.
The inside has a convenient side hang pocket for storing valuables and small items.
A key hook is also included.
If you put your smartphone or coin case in the independent back pocket, it will be smooth when you put it in and out.
Adopted air mesh back panel with excellent breathability.
It's a nice feature when you're traveling in the humid summer of Japan.


Volume: 10L
Size: H37xW21xD17cm
Weight: 320g
Backlength: 34cm
MAterial: 500D CORDURA NY (Nylon 100%)


What is KARRIMOR?
The British outdoor brand "Karimar", the birthplace of alpinism.
The etymology is "carry more".
Karimor was born in 1946 by Charles and Mary Person as a cycle bag maker.
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-class 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 alpinism itself.
From the first climbing backpack to the present, Karimor continues to challenge the world's highest peaks, polar regions and rainforests.