Nixon Shadow: World Travel Backpack

The Nixon Shadow World Travel Backpack is one of my favorites. It’s comfortable, practical, durable, and good looking. This backpack is tailored to cover most travel, school, and work pack needs.

I really appreciate the pack’s ultra-comfortable, ergonomic back and strap padding, especially when I’m traveling with the backpack for many hours on end. All of the pack’s many trick pockets and dividers are great for organization. The pockets are customized to protect and isolate expensive electronics such as laptops, iPods, phones, and cameras.

The removable side pockets are great for holding small personal items with you while the backpack is left in the room, car, or overhead container. It’s nice to take the weight off your shoulders while you jam around with your small valuables in the little removables.

The main body is made of water-resistant HD ballistic nylon and tarpaulin and has nylon lining and a durable tarpaulin bottom. It is not a small backpack, but it is not oversized, either. It is the perfect size for most travel needs.

The Shadow’s dimensions are 51cm x 32cm x 21cm, volume: 34.3

The Nixon Shadow World Travel Backpack features include:
Large main compartment with zipper mesh pocket, and magazine sleeve
Large-size front compartment with organizer, zipper pocket, and stretch mesh pockets
Side-access shock-resistant laptop compartment
Removable ticket wallet that stores away in a side-entry garage for fast access
3 tarpaulin removable modular pockets
Small iPod/cell phone pouch
Medium camera/miscellaneous electronics pocket
Large multi-utility pocket
Padded sunglass pocket lined with suede microfiber
Specialized Nixon mega-link shoulder straps with comfort edge

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