Guide Backpack


Sleek, light weight and designed to be a daily companion daypack for everyday essentials to travel to work/college or school. This daypack is stylish and sleek to with hanging out at college/school to going on a ride and very cozy to carry in a metro/bus.


  • 2 compartment backpack with good space to carry clothes/books at ease
  • Additional zipper compartment on the front panel for easy access to keys, earphones, sunglasses, ID cards, etc., Secures with a zip
  • 2 side water bottle pouch with high quality mesh & elastic to keep it secure
  • S shaped, sleek design and padded shoulder straps provide carrying comfort wether you carry it on one shoulder to both shoulders
  • Sliding shoulder strap harness lets you adjust the fit
  • Grab handle for easy carrying
  • Wide zip design makes packing and unpacking easy
  • Mesh padded back panels offers cushioning and ventilation to keep your back cool.
  • Padded back has a bottom panel made of fabric to give extra protection to the mesh
  • Colour matching superior quality webbing tapes
  • Inner layers secured with high quality binding for durability
  • Radium Tapes on the front panels gives a good reflection in the night if you are walking on a pavement or riding on the road.
  • Tri-colour to feel proud about a made in India product
  • High quality zips and pullers for ease of use and durability
  • Can store books, clothes, jackets, short eats, wallet, keys, sun glasses, etc., 
  • Made with tough polyester fabric with water resistance properties and for long durable life

Additional information

Weight 0.32 kg
Dimensions 35 × 76 × 116 cm

Best use: Travel / Work / college / school / Bike Commuting
Gear Capacity: 25 litres
Laptop compartment: No
No of Packets: 2 Main + 1 additional
Water resistance: Yes
Materials: Polyester

Wash Care

Use mild detergent and lukewarm water
For hand wash use soft brush and mild soap,
do not scrub too hard
Drip dry in the shade
Do not use petrol/acetate/alcohol solutions




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