Columbia River Runner Drypack II

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Retailers' Descriptions

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CLOSEOUTS . Perfectly sized for day trips, the Columbia Sportswear River Runner Drypack II combines the waterproof protection of a dry bag with backpack-style carrying convenience. Available Colors: GRILL, COMPASS BLUE.

- Sierra Trading Post

This celebrated wet-stopping daypack is back with a bevy of awesome updates. Because any drypack is only as good as how well it’s packed, we’ve improved the River Runner’s roll-top closure-which now easily zips, rolls, and clips to the top. We added rust-proof Vislon zippers for all you saltwater enthusiasts, a beefy neoprene hauling handle at back neck for extra-heavy loads, and a removable waist belt that keeps things secure during two-wheeled commutes. The foam padded back delivers great comfort and support, and the vented shoulder straps keep things comfortable when carrying a load. An external patch pocket stores your essentials. The sternum strap has a built-in whistle, should you need to alert your team to something urgent. FEATURES: Fabric: 100% polyester, Omni-Shield advanced repellency, Welded waterproof construction, Vislon water-resistant zipper, Removable hip belt, Sternum strap with rescue whistle, Easy-grab zipper pulls, Roll-top closure, Dimensions: 24” x 13” x 6”, Imported,

- Columbia

Columbia River Runner Drypack II

previously retailed for:
$62.95 - $73.90

The Columbia River Runner Drypack II is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 30, 2012 at Sierra Trading Post.

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