New Italian Marina Militaire Rucksack

Item # WX2-230020

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New Italian Marina Militaire Rucksack lets you haul it all with room to spare.

Timeless design, cavernous capacity! Trail-lovers and students alike will love the classic good looks and massive cargo room of these Italian Navy-issue Rucks. Vintage-look Bag has a massive amount of carrying room just begging to be filled up with everything you need to take along. Plenty of pockets keep it all safe, and ergonomic shoulder straps make it comfy to carry. Hike the mountains or just hike to class. Either way, you'll do it with style and savings!

Power Pack:
  • Black poly / cotton-blend construction
  • Italian Military issue
  • Padded thumb-loop shoulder straps with "Marina Militaire" in yellow
  • Oversized main compartment with drawstring closure
  • Storm flap with adjustable straps
  • 4 outside pockets with grip-strip flaps.
  • 14 x 6 x 18" h.

Condition: brand new, never issued. 

Please Note: Rucksack may show signs of long term storage. Sorry, no choice.

!!! Limited Quantities !!!

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