Mountain Hardwear Ozonic OutDry 60L Backpack - Women's

Mountain Hardwear Ozonic OutDry 60L Backpack - Women's
Mountain Hardwear Ozonic OutDry 60L Backpack - Women's
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Ozonic OutDry 60L Backpack - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
Stop taking up valuable space in your pack with a rain cover, and instead pack your gear into the Mountain Hardwear Women's Ozonic OutDry 60L Backpack. This pack's main compartment uses OutDry construction to keep your weekend's worth of gear dry whether you're trekking through a surprise flurry or looking for shelter in a thunderstorm. The 60L capacity has plenty of space for a weekend's worth of gear, and organizes it into several pockets to make your smaller items easy to locate. The top compartment can be removed, reversed, or even attached to the shoulder straps to be worn like a marsupial pouch. Adjust the suspension to align the waist and shoulder straps for a comfortable hike, and take off down the trail worry-free.

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SKU: MHW014E
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