Kelty Backpack Rain Cover

Kelty Backpack Rain Cover
Kelty Backpack Rain Cover
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Backpack Rain Cover by Kelty
There is nothing worse than arriving to camp on a wet day, knowing that everything in your backpack is absolutely soaked, and getting heavier with every drop of rain. Get yourself a backpack cover. Available in 2 sizes: Regular for smaller packs (e. g., daypacks) up to 3000 cubic inches, and Large for weekend and weeklong packs larger than 3000 cu. in.

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SKU: KEL0149
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