MSR Gear Shed

MSR Gear Shed
MSR Gear Shed
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Gear Shed by MSR
If you want to turn your backpacking tent into a basecamp shelter, deck it out with the MSR Elixir Gear Shed. Compatible with MSR's Elixir 2 and 3 tents, this ripstop polyester vestibule is treated with PU, silicone, and DWR treatments, so it'll keep your gear dry and happy while you enjoy all the extra space that comes with keeping packs and shoes in their own shelter.

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SKU: CAS00CT
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