Osprey Packs Poco Raincover

Osprey Packs Poco Raincover
Osprey Packs Poco Raincover
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Poco Raincover by Osprey Packs
Don't put yourself in the ethical dilemma of having to choose between giving your kid your rain jacket or staying dry yourself--keep both parties (and your parental instincts) happy with the Osprey Poco Raincover. This convenient little pack cover fits over your Poco child carrier and is made from a durable 210D nylon with urethane windows so Junior can enjoy the rainy mountain views.

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SKU: OSP0273
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