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Nike has introduced the C.O.R.E. Backpack iD, a new customizable backpack that features integrated iPod controls. The backpack’s keypad, located on the right shoulder strap, has controls for volume, tracks and play/pause, and connects to iPods via a dock connector. The Nike C.O.R.E. Backpack iD starts at $105.

“With the latest C.O.R.E. backpack you can customize colors, add performance features and have music at your fingertips,” says Nike. “Plus, you can add self-locking two-way zippers to make sure everything stays safely in your bag. You can also spec a Nike Flow ventilated back panel to help keep you cooler, drier, longer. Tons of options to give you the exact pack you want.”

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Nike.com has this backpack starting at $55 not $105.  Once you customize it with the iPod upgrade it jumps to $105.  The security zippers add $10 and the air flow back panel adds $10.

Posted by Jesse on November 27, 2006 at 2:33 PM (PDT)

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I customized and ordered this from the Japanese Nike ID site last week. It says that it will arrive no later than December 24th. Hopefully it’ll arrive earlier.

BTW check out the Japanese Nike ID site for the Power Ranger Nike costume you can buy for, I think, 25000 yen. That includes the helmet and the shoes. The downloadable commercial is bizarre. I’m tempted…

Posted by Wherever I Go on November 27, 2006 at 5:51 PM (PDT)

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