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Deuter Rain Cover II Backpack Accessory Item # DTRG0203

Sale Price $23.95

$30.00

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Sale Price $23.95

$30.00

You Save $6.05 20%

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Made of a fine-weave Taffeta-Nylon with a PU coating, the Deuter Rain Cover II is designed to fit backpacks ranging from 2150-3050 cubic inches in capacity. The Rain Cover II weighs a mere 3 ounces.
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Made of a fine-weave Taffeta-Nylon with a PU coating, the Deuter Rain Cover II is designed to fit backpacks ranging from 2150-3050 cubic inches in capacity. Tape-sealed seams help to further ensure protection against precipitation. The Rain Cover II weighs a mere 3 ounces.

  • Fits backpacks ranging in size from 2150-3050 cubic inches in capacity
  • Maximum dimensions of 27" x 12" x 11"
  • Taffeta-Nylon material with a polyurethane coating and tape sealed seams
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3 Item(s)

Likes: The Deuter II rain cover is small and lightweight but filly covers my pack. I have the Deuter 45+10.

Dislikes: N/A

Reviewed by Inside Edge M. - April 30, 2014

Likes: Works well!

Dislikes: No complaints

Reviewed by Micheal H. - November 26, 2012

Likes: This cover is a perfect fit for my Deuter Act Lite 45+10 pack. It folds into its own pocket for storage and can be put on quickly when needed. It fits snugly on my pack and the drawcord cinches tightly to keep it secure. When no longer needed, it folds back into its pocket, which is waterproof, so you don't have to deal with how to put away a wet rain cover. An excellent choice for a rain cover...

Dislikes: Mine is blue. A brighter color such as yellow would be easier for your companions to spot in the fog or drizzle. We were hiking above tree line in the Presidential Range in New Hampshire and the bright yellow pack covers were easier to see.

Reviewed by Nancy S. - July 25, 2010