Exped Orion III Footprint

Exped Orion III Footprint
Exped Orion III Footprint
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Orion III Footprint by Exped
Keep your Orion III Tent safe from abrasion, dirt, and humidity with the Exped Orion III Footprint. Crafted from tough, PU-coated nylon, this footprint attaches with adjustable, elastic cords to prevent rain from collecting between itself and the tent floor, as well as protects the vestibule space.

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