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Wenger Legacy 16 Inch Backpack £39.99 @ Ryman
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Wenger Legacy 16 Inch Backpack £39.99 @ Ryman

£39.99£59.9933%Ryman Deals
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Posted 27th Sep
This Wenger backpack is perfect for carrying all of your essentials to and from the office.

With plenty of space to transport clothing, files, power leads as well as a laptop.

This Wenger laptop bag is designed with both style and ultimate comfort in mind boasting adjustable shoulder straps and a reinforced ergonomic handle on the top.

This is perfect for those times when it’s more practical to carry the backpack by hand such as when boarding a plane or train.

Your ideal travel companion this backpack has pockets that are quick to locate and open ideal for storing you passports, cards and keys in for when you need them in a hurry.

. Quik Pocket - perfect for items such as car keys, phone or passport

. Suitable for a 16 Inch Laptop

. Long-lasting luxury cases offer plenty of protection against wear and tear, plus many useful features and storage options for all your mobile accessories.

. Triple Layer Protection - three layer padded area to better protect your devices if bumped or dropped

. Checkpoint Friendly - allowing your laptop to stay in its case during airport security screening

. Keep your cool - air-flow back padding to increase the air-flow between your body and the fabric keeping your back cool - even when you’re in a hurry.

. Approx. Dimensions (mm) H 460 x W 350 x D 250
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He already tarnished his legacy by staying for as long as he did!
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Decent laptop bag this, I've got one that I've used for around 3 years, very durable and good quality with good protection. Sometimes they have this brand in TKmaxx for cheaper but as a regular stock item that's a good price
He already tarnished his legacy by staying for as long as he did!
BBryce27/09/2019 19:32

He already tarnished his legacy by staying for as long as he did!


Still the best coach Arsenal ever had.
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