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Big Notebook, Big Bag

CBP751BK_9 Have briefcases and backpacks failed to keep up with bigger and bigger notebooks at schools? Cocoon’s Central Park Professional Backpack can comfortably hold up to a 17-inch laptop and protect it from shock and water damage. The $80 bag is made of ballistic nylon and has the company’s GRID-IT organizer so that there won’t any excuse that students can’t find a pencil. Available in comes in gray, red, brown and black, there’s even a place for a phone or iPod.

 

 

 

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