Ozonic Outdry 60L Backpack - Women's by Mountain Hardwear
From Patagonia's raging blizzards to Oregon's drenched woodlands, the Mountain Hardwear Women's Ozonic 60 Outdry Backpack is guaranteed to keep your gear bone-dry with its OutDry construction. Backing up its waterproofing claims, it's fully tested by Mountain Hardwear for 24 hours-straight in a simulated rain room, maintaining an impenetrable fortress from torrents of non-stop rain. The Ozonic 60 Outdry Pack is roomy enough for multi-day excursions, easily storing your gear within seven total pockets. There's a customizable suspension that provides a fine-tuned fit to your specific torso length. For carrying versatility, the detachable top lid clips to the shoulder straps in a wallaby pouch configuration. And seeing that you'll be trekking in the wettest environments, the front stash separates soaked outerwear with drainage ports for funk-free storage.
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