Pacific Outdoor Equipment Gobi 84

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I am serving as the coordinator for a group of folks…

Rating: rated 4 of 5 stars
Design: Roll-down top dry bag backpack
Size: 84 liter
Number of Pockets: None
Max. Load Carried: 16 Kg.
Height of Owner: 1.7 M.
Price Paid: $85

I am serving as the coordinator for a group of folks in the Puget Sound area who are provisioning for disaster survival. I did a lot of comparison shopping for dry bag backpacks and decided on the Gobi over the second choice from Ortlieb.

These are intended as car go-bags in case of emergency. I am very please with the design and construction.

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

A true portage pack, taking into account not just the dry needs, but the actual portage as well. Paddler Magazine recently gave the Gobi top marks for comfort. Welded from our 420D nylon, this is a premium dry pack for canoeing, rafting, sea kayaking, or a trip through the rain forest. The body panel incorporates air mesh for moisture managing comfort and the belt and harness system distributes loads like a pack should. Welded seams and a roll down closure ensure bomber, durable dryness.Specifications:Size (in.): 16 x 10 x 39Size (cm): 41 x 25 x 99Volume: 84LWeight (oz): 4 lb 13 ozWeight (g): 2190 g.

- Campmor

Tough, waterproof packs face the perils of frigid waters and rugged climbs with no fear. Easy to open, Gobi's feature a rectangular design that secures nicely on your back. Removable harness includes shoulder straps, padded hip belt and back pads. Hoist handle with two suitcase handles on sides. Polyurethane-coated nylon. 16x10x39 . 5065 3 lb. 14 oz. CLOSEOUTS . China.

- Sierra Trading Post

Pacific Outdoor Equipment Gobi 84

previously retailed for:
$56.76 - $99.96

The Pacific Outdoor Equipment Gobi 84 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 15, 2010 at Campmor.

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