Deuter Rain Cover III 45-90L

Deuter Rain Cover III 45-90L
Deuter Rain Cover III 45-90L
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Rain Cover III 45-90L by Deuter
An afternoon shower, or downpour, could happen at any time during your summer weekend backpacking trip. Be prepared with the Dueter Rain Cover III, which will keep packs sized 2746-5500cu in dry. Made from nylon taffeta and boasting taped seams and a PU coating, the III isn't afraid of the wet stuff, and neither is your gear, now.

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SKU: DTR2657
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