Shimoda Explore 60 Starter Ki W/ 2 Small Core Units-Sea Pine

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Bring your gear on a hike, day-trip and more with the sea pine Explore 60 Backpack Starter Kit with 2 Small Core Units from Shimoda Designs. This starter kit includes two Shimoda Designs small core unit inserts with padded touch-fastening dividers. Users will appreciate the top, side, and rear access to gear. The pack accommodates an up to 13" laptop and has a height-adjustable padded harness with pockets and connector. For comfort and stability there's a padded waist belt with pockets. The pack includes accessory straps and a removable tripod/accessory pouch. EVA padding and ripstop coated nylon construction provide strength and durability.

  • Includes two Shimoda Designs small core unit inserts with padded touch-fastening dividers. Each insert has an adjustable shoulder strap, EVA padded walls, and a skin zip covering for dust protection.
  • The nylon carbonate ether PU-coated shell features a double-sided resin application process that provides improved water-resistance
  • Multiple access points offer rear and side access options
  • Height-adjustable harness designed to fit short or tall men and women
  • Each shoulder strap features a fast access pocket for commonly accessed items
  • Straps feature a glove-friendly YKK side-release buckle
  • Additional gear may be secured to the front panel webbing attachment points
  • EVA compression molding in shoulder straps, belt and rear panel provides cushioning and cooling comfort
  • Side pouch for securing a tripod to the side of the pack, or it can be mounted to the shoulder harness (with included accessory straps) to act as a drop-in holster for select gear
  • Front panel pocket for holding a lightweight jacket or other items
  • Hydration bladder sleeve and routing with a hanger loop designed to hold an optional hydration bladder up to 3L
  • Free standing padded base with ventilation holes for added protection


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