Timbuk2 Backpack Rain Cover

Timbuk2 Backpack Rain Cover
Timbuk2 Backpack Rain Cover
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Backpack Rain Cover by Timbuk2
Throw the Timbuk2 Rain Cover over any Timbuk2 backpack or classic messenger bag to seal out torrential downpours. The flex-fit closure tightens the Rain Cover, so water doesn't ruin the pack's contents. Bright colorways and reflective hits provide a bold appearance while boosting visibility after dark. And when you're finished using the Rain Cover, it stores within a dedicated pocket for compact carrying.

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SKU: TBK006T
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