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Kane Kids Backpack Navy/Heather

Our signature backpack. Recommended for Kindergarten-3rd grade. WHAT FITS • Up to a 13" Laptop will fit in the main compartment • Comfortably fits a standard school folder and books • Main compartment fits your everyday gear • Front pocket perfect for pens, pencils, wallet, keys, and personal items • Side pockets fit a 17oz. S'well water bottle or smaller FEATURES • Main compartment that fits a standard school size folder, and equipped with organizational zip pockets, slip pockets, and pen holders • Zippered front pocket • Side water bottle pockets • Easily adjustable webbing straps • Top locker loop • Woven label and signature rivet in red • This product is suitable for anyone and everyone - however you identify SIZE & MATERIALS • Dimensions: 14.95" H x 11.22" W x 4.72" D • Main Body: 100% Coated Cotton • Interior Lining: 100% Polyester • Spot clean with a damp cloth
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