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Creativity at it finest show them your creative vibe with this BlackLux Gunmetal  Logo bookbag. Let your accessories speak for you and your creative style.

Made for weekend or overnight travel, this custom bag will add more convenience and color to your short-term travel. Add your own design to this backpack on Artsadd and reflect your personality.

• Made from high-grade nylon, durable and fashionable.
• Large capacity with 1 laptop sleeve, 1 elastic pocket.and 1 mesh zipper pocket.
• One roomy section on front bottom and one zipper pocket on front top.
• Padded back panel and adjustable shoulder straps for ultra comfort and stability.
• A nice choice for sports enthusiast and traveler.

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