Burton Canopy Cover

Burton Canopy Cover
Burton Canopy Cover
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Canopy Cover by Burton
When an unexpected rainstorm sweeps across campus and you have to switch classes, whip out the Burton Canopy Cover to wrap your pack in dirt-and water-deflecting protection. There when you need it, and out of the way when you don't, this deployable cover stows away inside its own stuff sack neatly within any pack you bring it in.

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SKU: BUR02OA
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