Vibrancy Large Travel Organizer

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  • Regular price $59.99
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About The Art

Vibrancy

Setting your vibrance apart from others.

Product Details

Keep organized with en route with our versatile Large Travel Organizer. Elastic loops are perfect for USB cables or cell phone chargers, while the two interior pockets include textile lining to keep your SD card, USB drives, earbuds, and other accessories secure.

  • Waterproof exterior
  • Zip around closure
  • Interior elastic loop, mesh pockets
  • Padded
  • Printed, cut, and handmade

Size & Fit

  • DIMENSIONS 9"(W) x 6"(H) x 1.5"(D)

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