Information about DaKine Jewel Backpack (For Women)
Closeouts. You were meant for DaKine's Jewel backpack and it was meant for you. Designed with a padded laptop sleeve, tough construction and plenty of pockets for organization, the Jewel is perfect for students and urban commuters.
Insulated cooler pocket
Front accessory pocket with interior organizer panel
Reviewed by ann klau from Roggen, CO on Saturday, June 11, 2011
Whoever designed this backpack is a genius! There are so many pockets and a lot more within pockets. I am going to use this backpack when i go back to college as a junior transfer student. I love every feature of this backpack! the insulated front pocket is bigger than shown. the organizer front p...
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Reviewed by Sunny in Seattle from Seattle on Tuesday, April 21, 2015
This backpack is incredible for a college student who loves to organize. There are plenty of pockets for all of your little objects, including one for sunglasses and a cooler-insulated pocket. I cannot stress enough how sturdy and well-made the zippers are. They are hefty, but glide open and closed extremely well. The laptop sleeve can fit my behemoth of a laptop no problem. The shoulder straps are padded and very comfortable, and the waist strap is height adjustable. If this backpack was full of books, I'd imagine it would be way too big for a young child, but would probably work for most middle-schoolers and up. This is hands down the best backpack I've ever owned.
Reviewed by Collegepacker from Oregon on Wednesday, May 7, 2014
I am happy with it. I had a backpack w way too many pockets/hard to find everything. I like how this one is easy to find stuff w 3 outer compartments that open directly to items/no shuffling around. The con is the pens compartment is very small, but it works. It remarkably fits everything i had in my huge backpack and i like that the laptop area is not bulky, so can use for books. It is comfortable to pack around, even w heavy books.. Note: it's not for packing every textbook u own. I comfortably fit 2 one inch binders, a 1 inch notebook, a thin textbook, and one huge 3 ring anatomy lab book. I love the glasses compartment. Handier than i thought it would be. The biggest pro is no more frustration and wasted time shuffling through a backpack.
Most airlines allowable carry on dimensions are 22”x14”x9” for a total of 45” linear (all together) and weighs 40 lbs. However you may want to check with your air carrier since these may vary some from carrier to carrier.
According to the product specs above: Dimensions: 19x12x9"
Answered on 6/17/2015 11:36:51 AM by Product Specialist Greg from Company Headquarters