About Keen Jackson 15 Rucksack Backpack
Closeouts. Keen's Jackson 15 rucksack brings a retro vibe and durable construction to a school and travel backpack. A water-resistant flap covers a laptop-friendly main compartment, and three exterior pockets provide easy access to essentials.
Specs about Keen Jackson 15 Rucksack Backpack
- Pack material: Polypropylene twill exterior with polyurethane coating; 65% cotton, 35% polyester lining
- Pack loading: Top
- Laptop compartment fits up to: 15"
- Recommended use: Daypack
- Dimensions: 19x11x8"
- Pack capacity: 1770 cu.in.
- Volume liters: 29
- Weight: 1 lb. 9 oz.
- Fits torsos: 14-22"
- Made in China
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- US shipments only
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Joel from Indianapolis, IN on Sunday, March 8, 2015Absolutely love this Pack! Truly have nothing to complain about ~ highly recommend.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by midnight rambler from Maine on Sunday, December 7, 2014I was looking for a bag to replace my 20 year old EMS pack, which amazingly is still holding up except for the straps. Almost everything else is either front-loading (I really prefer top-loading for this size bag) or has a frame and hip belt, which greatly increases the weight of the pack itself. This is about the only thing that comes close. It's well made and I really like the material, which seems to be at least somewhat water resistant. What's irritating is the design elements they put on to make it "retro" but only serve to make it harder to use. Instead of having snaps and clips, the side pockets have buttons and loops, and the top flap doubled-over straps that slip through a metal ring. This makes them practically impossible to open with one hand, like for quickly retrieving a camera or water bottle by slipping off one shoulder strap. It also means you can't adjust the height of the top flap closure if you have things sticking up just above the top, or want to cinch smaller ones down.
On the plus side, it's roomy enough to carry my SLR dry bag inside, and carries weight surprisingly well for a back without any suspension, so I think I will keep it. I may take it to a tailor and get it modified though.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Onechancetosay from South Dakota on Friday, August 22, 2014For a bag that is deep, this is it. I was thinking to use it as a business bag, brief case type use. It was just a bit too deep for three ring binders and things of that nature.
It would make a nice carry all for school. Someone could use a small duffle bag for gym clothes in the bottom and then use the top as a school bag for an all in one carry.
Really it seemed pretty nice.
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