Outdoor Research Zip Sack

Outdoor Research Zip Sack
Outdoor Research Zip Sack
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Zip Sack by Outdoor Research
With the Outdoor Research Zip Sack, you'll be able to keep toiletries, cooking supplies, or extra clothes securely stowed and organized inside your pack. The full-length zipper allows you to quickly locate items, and the water-resistant fabrics ensure gear won't suffer a damp demise.

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SKU: ODR1080
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