Arc'teryx Covert Case C/O


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The Arc'teryx Covert Case has been cleverly designed to be used as carry on luggage when flying. Compliant with the many security and baggage restrictions of airlines today, this 40 litre carry-on case is fully padded, durable and streamlined to make traveling through an airport easy, not a chore. Can be converted to a shoulder bag or backpack if necessary, as includes top, bottom, side grab handles and shoulder straps; the shoulder straps easily stow away when not in use. When zipped opened looks like a normal suitcase, with main compartment and zipped pocket at front and two internal compression straps. Features high visibility lining with contrast stitched bird logo.

  • Pack Pocket Configuration:
  • Internal security pocket
  • External zippered document pocket with key clip
  • Internal zippered document pocket
  • Pack Dimensions: Height: 28cm, Length: 57cm, Width: 38cm
  • Materials: Evon Foam, Burly™ Double Weave, N500p-HT ATY nylon 6,6 silicone treated with PU


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