Stay safe and visible on your adventures with our high visibility rucksack. Designed with reflective material and bright colors, our rucksack makes it easy for drivers and pedestrians to see you, even in low-light conditions. With multiple compartments totalling 23 litres and a durable construction, this rucksack is perfect for outdoor activities. A Strong High Visibility Rucksack with Reflective Trim The PSS symbol of Visual Impairment clearly displayed Access for earphones to an internal pocket where a player can be stored Handy internal pocket can be used to store keys, mobile phones etc 2 small side pockets with see-through mesh to view contents Carry handle Outer pocket with a mesh liner for drying out wet clothing or useful as a compartment where you can see contents Material: PU Coated Polyester Size: 23 Litres Dimensions: 42H x 28W x 15D Colour: fluorescent yellow
Partially Sighted Society
Head Office 7/9 Bennetthorpe
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