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Indian Springs Sandana pack 4H + 1V

Indian Springs pack made with Sandana flying skulls pattern.
Indian Springs pack made with Sandana flying skulls pattern.

Here is a neat Indian Springs 4h + 1v pack I found a couple years back. This pack is constructed with Sandana Flying Skills print. The Unique Sporting Goods Sandana print packs are more desirable but this pack is still neat since you don’t see many Sandana goods with Indian Springs’ tags.

Back side of Indian Springs Sandana pack.
Back side of Indian Springs Sandana pack.

Back side of Indian Springs Sandana material pack.

Indian Springs tag on vertical pouch on Sandana pack.
Indian Springs tag on vertical pouch on Sandana pack.

Indian Springs tag on the inside flag of the vertical pouch.

Cut for remote pass through on Indian Spring vertical pouch flap.
Cut for remote pass through on Indian Spring vertical pouch flap.

Unfortunately the vertical tube pouch is cut for a remote. I’m glad the Indian Springs tag is still attached which likely shows the material was sent to Indian Springs for construction. There is no Sandana tag on this pouch.

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