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Hoboroll

Hoboroll is a really great name given to a useful item that, we think, might help bring out your inner nomad. Designed by the guys at Gobi Gear, that want us to get out more, and have more fun outdoors, the Hoborollīs smart design features five inner divisions inside, so you can easily separate and locate what youīre looking for, plus a special zip lock pocket on the side. It also has two aluminum quick release sliders that allow you maximum compressibility, to get you roll really tiny thus easy to stock up or carry around. Choose from three different colors, Pinyon Pine, Mineral Blue or Midnight Lava. Simplify your packing system.

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