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This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of Pinnacle´s Kangaroo Scuba Backpack. The Kangaroo Backpack features two adjustable padded backpack straps along with a molded carrying handle located at the top. The backpack strap has a cellphone holder with a velcro enclosure. Convenient accessory loops allow to easily attach gear to the front of your pack while on the go. With it´s large main compartment, the Kangaroo has 4 separate zippered compartments on the front pockets for business cards, MP3 players, or cameras. The Kangaroo Backpack measures 17" x 12.5" x 7" (1,488 cubic inches).
This demonstration video discusses and shows the features of Pinnacle´s Hybrid Roller Backpack Bag. The Hybrid Backpack features a locking, extension handle that allows you to roll your gear instead of carrying it. There is also a top carrying handle for on-the-go situations. There are external compression straps which compress your gear for airline carry-ons. The size of this bag is 20" x 13.5" x 10" (2,700 cubic inches). For more space, you can add on the Kangaroo backpack.