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Porter Smoky Backpack

Porter Smoky Backpack

Versatile and utilitarian, the Porter Smoky Backpack ($460) is a no-nonsense combination backpack and tote. The exterior is made from a strong Cordura Duck fabric which is resistant to abrasions, and the Smoky offers plenty of storage options with two external snap-closure pockets and two internal Velcro-closure pockets. Rounding out the offering are adjustable cinches at the sides, a strap over the snap-closure top opening, and a large side zipper for easy access to the gear within.

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