Outdoor Research Graphic Stuff Sack

Outdoor Research Graphic Stuff Sack
Outdoor Research Graphic Stuff Sack
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Graphic Stuff Sack by Outdoor Research
All's not lost if your Outdoor Research Graphic Stuff Sack gets exposed to the rain during the to and fro of setting up the campsite. The Barrier nylon in the sack keeps your sleeping bag, clothes, or other gear dry, while the distinctive graphics make it easy for you to quickly pick out your gear from the pile in the corner of the tent.

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SKU: ODR00LN
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