|Weight||2.2 oz / 62 g||2.8 oz / 79 g||3.7 oz / 106 g|
|Capacity||80 cu in / 1.3 L||135 cu in / 2.2 L||230 cu in / 3.8 L|
|Dimensions||8.5 in x 4.5 in x 2.5 in / 22 cm x 14.4 cm x 6.4 cm||9.5 in x 5.5 in x 3.5 in / 24 cm x 14 cm x 9 cm||12 in x 6.5 in x 3.5 in / 30.5 cm x 16.5 cm x 9 cm|
|Price||$22,95 USD||$24,95 USD||$26.95 USD|
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These ultralight pockets with foam padding attach to a packs side, front or lid compression straps, offering you extra room, protection and convenience.
The Granite Gear Small Armored Pocket easily attaches to external compression straps, adding ultralight storage to any pack for extended treks and overnight adventures.
Armored pockets work with Granite Gear packs and most other packs on the market. These ultralight pockets with foam padding attach to a pack's side, front or lid compression straps, offering you extra room, protection and convenience; they can also function as a stand-alone packing system. They feature a water-resistant YKK zipper, with the protection of a "garage" that the slider parks in. The fabrics are ultralight 70-denier ripstop Hybrid sil-nylon Cordura and 210-denier nylon Cordura.
On Sale. Granite Gear Armored Pocket FEATURES of the Granite Gear Armored Pocket 70 D Hybrid Condura Ripstop Padded foam to protect fragile items Daisy chain attachment system The SPECS for Small Volume: 1.3 liter Weight: 2.2 oz / 62 g The SPECS for Medium Volume: 2.2 liter Weight: 2.8 oz / 79 g The SPECS for Large Volume: 3.8 liter Weight: 3.7 oz / 106 g
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