Granite Gear Cloud Cover Backpack Rain Cover

Granite Gear Cloud Cover Backpack Rain Cover
Granite Gear Cloud Cover Backpack Rain Cover
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Cloud Cover Backpack Rain Cover by Granite Gear
Pack covers are useful, so long as they're light--otherwise you'll hem and haw over whether to bring it, and then when it rains, Murphy's Law guarantees you'll have left it behind. The Granite Gear's Cloud Cover Pack Fly weighs less than four ounces, but keeps your pack bone-dry, so no compromises are needed.

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SKU: GRG0060
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