Johnson Woolen Mills x Burton 2010 Fall/Winter Collection Backpacks

In a preview of Burton’s 2010 fall/winter collection, the snowboard company teams up with

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In a preview of Burton’s 2010 fall/winter collection, the snowboard company teams up with Johnson Woolen Mills on a collection of backpacks. Johnson Woolen Mills’ plaid materials combine with leather to create a series of rugged mountain-worthy backpacks.

Photography: Stephen Wordie

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