DAKINE Trail Pack Cover

DAKINE Trail Pack Cover
DAKINE Trail Pack Cover
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Trail Pack Cover by DAKINE
Keep your gear from getting soaked during rainy rides with the Dakine Trail Pack Cover. This seamless rain cover simply slips over your Dakine mountain bike pack to provide reliable protection from the elements, and it packs down small so you can keep it stashed in your pack just in case.

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SKU: DAK00DS
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