CENTRAL ADAPTIVE CROSSBODY
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With a whole bunch of attachment points, the Adaptive Crossbody bag is trying to live that "set it and forget it" lifestyle. Free your mind for bigger things with a pack that's just the right size for the everyday ride.FOR AUDIO DESCRIPTION PRODUCT VIDEO CLICK HERE
Keep your items organized and easy to find
To fit a variety of mobility devices
- Single main compartment with built in organization panel
- Front zippered stash pocket for quick access
- Adjustable and removable shoulder strap
- Tuck away loops with easy release buckles for mobility device attachment
- SaniStash™ pocket on side for easy hand sanitizer dispensing
- Easy grab zipper pullers
- Side daisy chain attachment points
- 100% recycled undyed liner
- SAFETY WARNING: Ensure free ends of straps are secured prior to use.
- 9 oz / 0.3 kg
- 366 cu in / 6 L
- 9 x 10 x 3 in / 23 x 25 x 6.5 cm
- 100% Recycled 600 Denier Polyester Main Body Fabric
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