Jandd Gamel Aqua Fanny

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Features:SALE! 2000 year close out. Regular price $69.95 Sale price $44.95The Gamal Aqua Fanny's large main compartment has a zippered mesh pocket across the inside front; a second mesh pocket with an elastic strip at the top corrals your belongings but keeps them easily accessible (no more digging for elusive car keys at the end of your hike). A gusseted, zippered pocket on the exterior offers additional space to stash gear; its contents can be tightened into a compact load by two vertical compression straps which can also be used to keep a windbreaker, beach towel, or sleeping pad handy. At either side of the bag are two insulated pockets which hold standard (included) or tall water bottles. Diagonal hook and loop/ webbing straps ensure that your water bottles stay in the sleeves. Unzip the vertical side zips on each bottle sleeve and the pockets will accept one liter Nalgene bottles, increasing your water carrying capacity to one half-gallon. To carry your load in comfort, the Gamal features a completely padded Cambrelle hip belt and a 1 thick breathable foam back pad. For lighter loads you can remove the padded belt and replace it with an unpadded version; for really heavy carrying you can add an optional Military Harness. As with other Jandd lumbar packs, the Gamal can easily be converted to a back pocket for your larger pack. Volume: 393 ci/ 6.4 ltr + 2 bike bottles (included) Dimensions: Main Body 10 x 9 x 4 (in)/ 25 x 23 x 10 (cm) Overall 10 x 15.75 x 4 (in)/ 25 x 40 x 10 (cm) Weight: 28.8 oz/ 820 g Material: Dupont Cordura

- US Outdoor Store

Jandd Gamel Aqua Fanny

previously retailed for:
$44.95

The Jandd Gamel Aqua Fanny is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen sometime before 2006 at US Outdoor Store.

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