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Signature Rucksack Backpack

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  • Signature Back Pack Rucksack - Guinness Official Merchandise
  • Includes padded laptop compartment and outer pockets
  • Comfortable to wear and carry with padded shoulder straps 
  • With padded Backing with Ventilated Mesh
  • Dimensions: Width: 110mm(Closed); 210mm (Open); Height: 95mm
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If you love imbibing Guinness, then you'll know that the iconic "black stuff" has been going for over 250 years! So why not keep laptop and other stuff (such as beer money) handy in this signature Guinness rucksack. It comes in the obligatory Guinness black with the contrasting Guinness logo in white, the golden harp motif to the front and the signature of Arthur Guinness - the eponymous founder. 

With plenty of storage space, the back pack has a laptop pouch, elasticated mesh bottle holder and a  mobile 'phone pouch' for easy and ready access (no more burrowing into your bag in a desperate bid to answer a call before it rings off or goes to voicemail. In fact there is plenty room for all sorts of things from books, to clothes. Plus it's extremely comfortable to carry thanks to padded shoulder straps and padded backing with ventilated mesh.

Measures 16.5" (42cm) high, 13.5" (34cm) wide and has a gusset for extra room. Ideal for Guinness loving students, back packers and travellers.

Official Guinness Merchandise celebrating the style, wit and good humour of this extraordinary brand!

Guinness History!
Arthur Guinness started brewing ales initially in Leixlip, then at the St. James's Gate Brewery, Dublin, Ireland from 1759. On December 31, he signed (up to) a 9,000 year lease at £45 per annum for the unused brewery. Ten years later on 19 May 1769 Guinness exported his ale for the first time, when six and a half barrels were shipped to England. Pure Genius! The rest, as they say, is history!! It is popular with Irish people both in Ireland and abroad and is the best-selling alcoholic drink of all time in Ireland.