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Crumpler Thirsty Al - Large (Black)

MFR Part #: TA0405A
Samy's Part #: S-020045
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The Thirsty Al - Large (Black) is a neoprene device pouch, with 1 pocket, and a belt and lanyard attachment, for phones, cameras, palm tops & media devices. The case holds down all types of "e-vices", keeping them secure, protected and close at hand.

  • Padded main pocket holds cell phones, media players, digital cameras, PDAs and more; internal dimensions of main pocket are 4.1 x 2.6 x 1.2 inches
  • Water-resistant 900-denier? nylon base, spine and flap with 420-denier? ripstop nylon lining; neoprene front and sides expand and protect
  • Main flap secures with hook-and-loop? closure; card pocket underneath main flap stores extras like memory cards and USB drives.
  • Two-piece hook-and-loop? belt attachment wraps securely around pack waist straps or belts
  • Attachment loop for optional lanyard

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