Granite Gear LineLoc Lid

Granite Gear LineLoc Lid
Granite Gear LineLoc Lid
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LineLoc Lid by Granite Gear
Increase the volume of your Granite Gear backpack with the custom-fit LineLoc Lid. This detachable lid is compatible with Granite Gears Crown, Blaze, Trace, and Escape packs and is designed to give you more storage space for extended adventures. The main compartment is separated by a zippered mesh sleeve to help organize smaller items. And the lid pack conveniently coverts into a hip-pack for early-morning summits and exploring beyond the campsite.

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SKU: GRG003D
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