Sierra Designs Pack Cover

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On Sale. Sierra Designs Pack Cover FEATURES of the Sierra Designs Pack Cover Seam-sealed, PU-coated waterproof fabric Comes in its own integrated stuff sack Unique strap-keeper helps secure cover to pack Reflective logo 3 sizes available The SPECS for Medium Volume: 25-30 liter Weight: 3 oz The SPECS for Large Volume: 45-55 liter Weight: 4 oz The SPECS for X-Large Volume: 60-75 liter Weight: 5 oz

- Moosejaw

Dont let your gear get caught in the storm on your next summit ascent. The Pack Cover features a quick and easy draw-cord closure that locks the seam-sealed waterproof cover in place to keep your gear dry in the most extreme conditions.


The perfect stash-and-go pack for quick summit treks where and extra layer, snak and water are all what's need to get you there.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

CLOSEOUTS . Donand#39;t risk getting your gear soaked in a sudden thunderstorm. Sierra Designand#39;s pack cover is waterproof, seam sealed, and features a drawcord closure to lock it into place. Available Colors: TRUE BLUE.

- Sierra Trading Post

One moment it's sunny and the next it's pouring rain. Bust the Sierra Designs Pack Cover out of its included stuff sack, cinch the drawcord closure around your pack, and keep your gear nice and dry. Seam-sealed, waterproof fabric fends off even the heaviest downpours with ease.


Sierra Designs Pack Cover

previously retailed for:
$17.95 - $42.95

The Sierra Designs Pack Cover is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 15, 2018 at SunnySports.

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