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Get your sturdy Jack Wolfskin bags for only Dh 100!

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Jul. 10, 19 | 10:29 pm

Filipinos with that insatiable thirst for outdoor travel and adventure can now get a sturdy bag to take with their on their journey! Jack Wolfskin’s wide selection of bags are currently on sale at just Dh 100 per bag!

Their stores are located at the 2nd floor, Shop # SF208 at The Dubai Mall as well as at the 2nd floor, Shop #224 of Al Wahda Mall in Abu Dhabi.

“The product is the heart of our brand. Our mission is to continue to improve it and to inspire our customers with innovations. Only when we can keep our promise of uniting functionality, durability and an on-trend design in a way that perfectly meets the needs of our customers can we be satisfied with our work,“ said the company in an announcement.

Founded in 1981 at Frankfurt, Germany, Jack Wolfskin is an attractive brand with a unique history and lots of plans for the future. Since opening their first commercial store in 1993 at Heidelberg, Germany, they now have over 4000 retail outlets and more than 850 Jack Wolfskin stores around the world. Their ‘At home outdoors’ theme is reminiscent of great experiences and fantastic outdoor moments.

 

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