Pack Liner

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Designed to fit inside of your pack, our Pack Liners help protect your gear from the outside elements. The pack liner is a 50 L, roll-top bag, made with waterproof material and taped seams to keep your pack's contents dry.

Specifications:

50 Liters | 27" x 21" x 8" (71 x 53 x 20cm) | 3 oz - 86 g 

Material: Sil/PU Coated 40D Nylon Ripstop

 

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Notes:

Not intended for long term immersion underwater.

    • Taped Seams
    • D-Ring for Hanging
    • Roll-Top Opening
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    WS
    05/14/2021
    William S.
    United States United States
    Hiking in the rain

    Hey Thanks had no issues another great piece gear

    DM
    04/25/2021
    Derek M.
    United States United States
    gold

    Now the pack liner was pretty awesome. I had no issues with it at all, would be even better with a air relief valve but it's fantastic the way it is too. The loop at one end was a great design.

    JK
    04/12/2021
    John K.
    United States United States
    Great Product - Used as a Pack Liner

    Great price on this bag which I used as a pack liner. Rained for 12 hours straight and nothing inside even got damp. I wish this came in smaller sizes as well.

    RS
    03/24/2021
    Roxanne S.
    United States United States
    I used it this past weekend and was very happy with it.

    There is plenty of room to keep my essentials dry in the event we had rain. Using this in my pack I did not carry a rain cover.

    A Six Moon Designs Customer
    JM
    12/28/2020
    Jan M.
    United States United States
    First Impressions

    I was looking for something a bit more sustainable and quieter than the plastic pack liner bags I've been using. I'm pleased with the size, weight and construction. I haven't used it yet but will update when I have real pack experience.