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Timbuk2 Riding Jacket for iPad (Black/Herringbone, 10-Petite)
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Timbuk2 Riding Jacket Black/Herringbone 302-10P-2069 up to 10" Case Type: Sleeve Fit Most Screen Size: 10" Dimensions: 10" x 7.7" x 0.8" Weight: 0.8 lbs


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  • Timbuk2 Riding Jacket Black/herringbone 302-10p-2069 Up To 10" available on November 30 2015 from Newegg for 20.43
  • Timbuk2 Riding Jacket for iPad (Black/Herringbone, 10-Petite) available on February 01 2015 from Amazon for 49.00
  • UPC bar code 631364510661 ξ1 registered November 30 2015
  • UPC bar code 631364510661 ξ2 registered February 01 2015
  • Product category is Apparel Jacket
  • Manufacturered by Timbuk2
  • 302-10P-2069
  • # 01Y-0005-000J0
  • # VS470650
  • Product color is Black/Herringbone

  • Product weight is 0.88 lbs.
Features: Premium iPad jacket case which supports iPad 2 or later. Functions in multiple orientations -landscape and portrait orientation for face time, viewing and typing. Secure Velcro attachment makes a stable, sturdy stand for your iPad in any orientation. Covered by Timbuk2's legendary 'Lifetime Guarantee'. Luxurious faux fur lining protects the iPad's precious screen and sexy back. Secure zip pocket for cables, earbuds, stylus, cards, passport, boarding pass, etc. Durable ballistic nylon on the top and bottom with binding tape on the edges to protect from knocks and bumps. Camera lens cutout so you can avail of all your iPads features. Imported.

References
    ^ Timbuk2 Riding Jacket Black/herringbone 302-10p-2069 Up To 10", Timbuk2. Newegg. (revised Nov 2015)
    ^ (2012). Timbuk2 Riding Jacket for iPad (Black/Herringbone, 10-Petite), Timbuk2. Amazon. (revised Feb 2015)

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