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Kelty Rain Cover – Regular (Charcoal)

September 15, 2015 - Comment

When backpacking, it’s important to keep your gear nice and dry–no matter what Mother Nature throws at you. While your pack will shed light rain on it’s own, when the weather turns really foul, you need a Rain Cover. The Kelty Rain Cover will protect your pack and the gear inside when

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When backpacking, it’s important to keep your gear nice and dry–no matter what Mother Nature throws at you. While your pack will shed light rain on it’s own, when the weather turns really foul, you need a Rain Cover. The Kelty Rain Cover will protect your pack and the gear inside when unexpected weather hits. Using a combination of treated 600D Polyester Ripstop and 600D Polyester Oxford with 610D Polyester Cordura in the areas that need reinforcement, the Kelty Pack Cover will keep your gear dry. Also stays on your pack when the wind kicks up using an internal adjustable pull cord that secures the cover to your pack. Please note that when ordering the Medium Pack Cover, packaging may state the item is a Regular or a Medium.

Product Features

  • One interior slip pocket
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Comments

Doug C. says:

Kelty Rain Cover Well, its a cover to prevent rain from soaking your gear, and it works. The fit is good, and the mesh storage pouch is handy to keep the cover in its place when not deployed. 

J. Harris says:

Color is different than picture, large for Redwing 50 I got this in the mail the other day. The color is not a blue-gray like the picture but rather a deep forest green. The color wasn’t an issue for me. Just a small surprise and I doubled checked that it was the right product. 

Kim Lee Pak says:

Could use some improvements I’m currently thru-hiking the AT and I left this pack cover in a hiker box for someone else. It is a bit smaller for the size, doesn’t have a hole in case water collects at the bottom, takes longer to put on because there is no elastic perimeter and the cinch is also at the bottom so you have to flip the pack over to tighten it. This may all seem menial, but when it pours on you all of a sudden, these things matter.

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