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Hazard 4 Kato Tablet Mini-Messenger Bag - Black

Item# 252-MSG-KTO-BLK-AF | Model# MSG-KTO-BLK | Added on January 3, 2016 |
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Hazard 4 Kato Tablet Mini-Messenger Bag - Black
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Description
Carry all of your books, gear, paperwork and your tablet with you wherever you go and keep it all protected thanks to Hazard 4s Kato Tablet Mini-Messenger Bag. Designed specifically around your tablet or netbook computer, it features a fast-grab padded and quilted tablet pocket that accommodates up to 10 tablets, plus a padded panel in the large main compartment that stows up to an 11 notebook computer with ease. Large 12.1L x 9W x 3.1D main compartment, 3-D flap pocket with locking zipper sliders, large Velcro panel, large side pouch with MOLLE webbing and accessory straps, two sets of strap D-rings, modular MOLLE webbing and a zippered side pouch ensure all of your essentials remain secure. Back 11.4L x 8.4W x 0.35D compartment provides additional storage space. Quilted sides hold and protect DSLR cameras and lenses, while the flap pocket Velcro fits a modular holster and the back belt strap holds the bag securely when youre drawing a gun. Main volume side-wall pockets fit pistol or rifle magazines. Side and front MOLLE areas. No-slip vented handle and vented strap pad with MOLLE webbing. Internal divider easily holds pistol magazines. Can also be worn as a three-point chest pack. Large locking front buckle. 1 stabilizer strap. Removable hook-and-loop logo patch. Imported. 13.5L x 12W x 5.2D. Colors: Black, Coyote. Cancer and Reproductive Harm- www.P65Warnings.ca.gov. Color: Black. Type: Tactical Packs.
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