Highline Daypack By Harvest Label

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Japanese brand Harvest Label knows how to make stylish and modern backpacks and bags for those who love good design. Following on the footsteps of the practical Tourer Backpack, the Highline Daypack from the brand’s new collection impresses both with its minimalist good looks and functionality. Like all Harvest Label products, this backpack has a simple silhouette but plenty of character.

The compact shape suits light packers as well as daily commutes or trips to the park. The interior features a padded sleeve for a standard iPad or other similarly sized tablet, one zippered pocket, and two slip pockets, with three pockets also added on the exterior for easy access. The main compartment has a rear zippered access, for more convenience. Shoulder straps with D-rings and leather accents complete the design. Highline Daypack will be available in four versatile colors: black, gray, navy, and beige. But it’s worth checking out the entire collection, as it includes everything from large backpacks to smaller sling packs. All featuring a modern, elegant design. Images courtesy of Harvest Label.

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