Mountain Hardwear Ozonic Outdry 70L Backpack

Mountain Hardwear Ozonic Outdry 70L Backpack
Mountain Hardwear Ozonic Outdry 70L Backpack
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Ozonic Outdry 70L Backpack by Mountain Hardwear
The Ozonic 70 Outdry Backpack is Mountain Hardwear's modern multi-day pack constructed with waterproof Outdry for weekenders where wet weather roams. Mountain Hardwear's Outdry construction gets tested in rainy rooms for a full twenty four hours to ensure reliable waterproof protection from the elements. Expect your gear to stay dry as you trek through rainy, dewy woods. Its suspension system is fully adjustable with a padded back panel that lets you customize the padded shoulder straps and waist belt vertically for a completely comfortable fit. The back panel also features a HighFlow back panel for increased ventilation, and the pack itself boasts a watertight roll-top closure, removable lid, and front stash pocket that fits hydration reservoirs.

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SKU: MHW00WK
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