SealLine Pro Dry Pack

SealLine Pro Dry Pack
SealLine Pro Dry Pack
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Pro Dry Pack by SealLine
Whether you are flying half way around the world in search of adventure or running the same river for the 100th time the Seal Line Pro Dry Pack will keep your gear organized and dry. This pack boasts a fully waterproof construction with welded seams and a secure DrySeal roll-top that provides peace of mind while you navigate white water on the way to your next campsite. If your adventure involves a bit of hikng don't fret, the Pro Dry Pack is equipped with a fully removable suspension system that boasts lumbar padding, a breathable back panel, padded hip and shoulder belts, and even a framsheet that keeps the weight centered on the hipbelt for easy carry.

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SKU: CAS00EB
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