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Rain cover for 20/35 L mountain walking backpack
  • Rain cover for 20/35 L mountain walking backpack
  • Rain cover for 20/35 L mountain walking backpack
Rain cover for 20/35 L mountain walking backpack

FORCLAZ

8303438

Rain cover for 20/35 L mountain walking backpack

€7.00
VAT included
16 reviews
15 of 16 people recommends this product
  • Rain cover for 20/35 L mountain walking backpack
  • Rain cover for 20/35 L mountain walking backpack
Rain cover for 20/35 L mountain walking backpack
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At the foot of Mont Blanc, our team of enthusiasts designed this waterproof rain cover for hikers that is visible in the case of any problem.

A cover that adapts to different shaped bags between 20 and 30 litres and is stored in a pocket to make it more compact.

BENEFITS

Capacity

For approx. 20 to 30 litre backpacks.
Folded cover dimensions: 20 x 14 cm

Compatibility

Rigid band at bottom & straps attached at the top, for use with all backpacks.

TECHNICAL INFORMATIONS

WHY ARE OUR RAIN COVERS ORANGE?

This is a deliberate choice as we believe it's important to stay visible in the mountains, even in fog, in case of any problem. This orange colour has the advantage of being visible from a helicopter.
It's also a visible colour on the road if you use your bag when cycling.

OUR ENVIRONMENTAL APPROACH

Because we are aware that we must act to preserve our playground, Quechua is committed to limiting the environmental impact of its products.
At the moment, this product is not eco-designed however we are working on making it more responsible, particularly through a solution that consumes less water in the dyeing process. Coming soon!

Reviews

4.6/5 16 reviews
15 of 16 people recommends this product
Epic Fail!
Benjamin (United Kingdom) Used for 2 to 8 weeks
We bought two of these covers as we needed to protect rucksacks from water ingress in a tropical environment. It was just as well that we'd also used a plastic rucksack liner as these rain covers completely failed - in fact they made things worse!

In the case of both rucksacks we discovered that rain had got behind the covers and then collected at the base of the cover. This acted as a reservoir and wicked into the rucksacks saturating them! If it had not been for the plastic liners we'd also used then everything inside the rucksack would have been damaged.

These covers might protect from drizzle but from rain certainly not. Treat with caution and don't rely solely on them.
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