Hex Technical Backpack
Mac Life|May 2021
A high–quality backpack with room to roam
By Rob Mead–Green

$149.95 From Hex, hexbrand.com

Features 17.5–liter capacity, antimicrobial fabric technology, wireless charging pocket, 1680D Cordura ballistic bottom, YKK EYL woven zips, padded laptop pocket

HEX TECHNICAL BACKPACK

+ High–quality materials

+ Oodles of storage

+ Very comfortable

+ Stylish

AWESOME

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