Exped Mira II HL Footprint

Exped Mira II HL Footprint
Exped Mira II HL Footprint
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Mira II HL Footprint by Exped
The Exped Mira II Footprint protects your tent floor from abrasion, dirt, and humidity. It covers the tent floor to prevent rain from collecting between footprint and tent floor, and also covers the vestibule floor space to protect the vestibule from dirt and humidity.

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SKU: XPD000T
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