Eagle Creek Check-and-Fly Pack Cover

Eagle Creek Check-and-Fly Pack Cover
Eagle Creek Check-and-Fly Pack Cover
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Check-and-Fly Pack Cover by Eagle Creek
You're flying to the East Coast to realize your life-long dream of hiking the ATC, and the Eagle Creek Check-and-Fly Pack Cover helps you kill two birds with one stone. This rain cover offers a convenient way to both protect your pack from precipitation while you're backpacking, as well as keep it covered when you check it at the airport. Fitting packs up to 65L in size, it features carry handles for the airport, then cinches shut with a cord when you're using it on the trail. An interior pocket doubles as the stuff sack, and comes equipped with a key fob for attaching to your pack.

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SKU: EAG006N
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