Ultra-functional school backpack/daypack with 600-denier construction
Single main compartment and front pocket with organizer for smaller items
Stores 2 to 3 textbooks, binder, spiral notebooks, calculator, cell phone, and more
Comfortable straight-cut, padded shoulder straps and 2/3-padded back panel
1,551.2 cubic inches of storage; measures 13 x 16.7 x 8.5 inches (W x H x D)
Weight 12 oz / 0.3 kg
Capacity: 25.42 liters
Boasting a sturdy 600-denier polyester construction and a stylish exterior, the JanSport SuperBreak backpack easily and
comfortably carries your gear for years to come. The utilitarian pack offers a single main compartment and a front
pocket with an organizer, giving it enough space to store two to three textbooks, a large binder, two to three spiral
notebooks, several paperbacks, a calculator, pens and pencils, a bag lunch, a cell phone, and an MP3 player--all without
breaking a sweat. In addition, the SuperBreak is comfortable enough for a full day of striding from class to class, with
straight-cut, padded shoulder straps and a 2/3-padded back panel for cushioning comfort. Also outfitted with a web haul
loop along the top, the SuperBreak carries a lifetime warranty.
* Capacity: 1,551.2 cubic inches / 25.42 liters
* Dimensions: 13 by 16.7 by 8.5 inches (W x H x D)
* Weight: 12 ounces
For more than 30 years, JanSport has created products to help you carry the stuff you need, where you need it, in the
most functional and fashionable way possible. JanSport's success extends around the globe and into walks of life that
are as varied as the company's product offering. JanSport's goal is to design, engineer, manufacture, and market
products that can help you get from point A to point B, wherever that may be. And the company wants to help you get
there in the most functional way possible. Realizing that the pack that carries your books to school might be the same
backpack that carries your gear on a Saturday day hike, JanSport incorporates flexibility into each and every design.
The company is headquartered in Appleton, Wisconsin, with offices in the U.S. and Europe.