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Pacific Outdoor Equipment Pneumo LTW with Window

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Description of Pacific Outdoor Pneumo LTW WindowWhat is Pacific Outdoor all about They are a group of folks that have fun outdoors, aspire to make the world a better place, and make their living innovating and making the best outdoor gear they possibly can. Below are a couple of our favorite topics fun and the environment. Waterproof compression at its lightweight finest with added windows, the Pneumos noo-moes define lightweight compression and are the original valved compression stuff sack. Now a lighter 33D diamond rip stop shell makes this classic even lighter, windows add visibility and four colors make organization and identification of your gear a snap. The fabrics lightweight, durable PU protection along with a two way deflationinflation valve allow you to compress your loads for more compact packing or inflate them for canyoneering, adventure racing or even use as a pillow. Finished with laser cut edge seams this is the ultimate stuff sack. Accept no imitations.FeaturesSize cm 25 x 51, 30 x 51, 41 x 84, 51 x 102Weight 68g 2oz, 85g 3 oz, 159g 6 oz, 221g 8 oz

- US Outdoor Store

When you transfer the items from your daypack into the Lightweight Window Pneumo Dry Bag from Pacific Outdoor Equipment, you'll have your most important gear protected and visible when on the water.

- Backcountry.com

Pacific Outdoor Equipment Pneumo LTW with Window

previously retailed for:
$19.95 - $23.97

The Pacific Outdoor Equipment Pneumo LTW with Window is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 17, 2012 at Backcountry.com.

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