Osprey UltraLight Raincover

February 5, 2016 - Comment

Osprey UltraLight Raincover Osprey UltraLight Raincover The Ultralight Raincover comes in three different sizes and protects the contents in your pack in rainy and wet conditions. Product Features Cinch attachment keeps the raincover secure and in place The raincover folds up into its own case to make room for other objects while not in use

Osprey UltraLight Raincover

Osprey UltraLight Raincover

The Ultralight Raincover comes in three different sizes and protects the contents in your pack in rainy and wet conditions.

Product Features

  • Cinch attachment keeps the raincover secure and in place
  • The raincover folds up into its own case to make room for other objects while not in use
  • Made from durable 40D Rip stop Nylon

Comments

L. Y. Wei says:

Great fit for Osprey Women 65 Used this (large size) for my Osprey women 65 pack. The cover fits nicely over the pack with full load and tent strapped horizontally at the bottom.

AH says:

I like how it has straps to go around the hip … I like how it has straps to go around the hip belt, like it really holds onto the backpack. Easy to put on, and packs up in a velcro closure bag attached to it.

Informed buyer #3 says:

Good quality, very packable and light, but sturdy, raincover – recommended if you know it will fit your pack I purchased an Osprey Atmos 65AG size medium, and this cover is a very good fit. Even with the expansion pocket on the back containing rain gear consisting of a military issue rain poncho, as well as nicely pack-able goretex top and bottoms it had no problem covering everything. I did not have a ground pad strapped to it, as I have upgraded from a 20 year old original therma-rest to a Klymit model which packs up the size of a 1 quart water bottle (like a Nalgene) which I can now store in the side pocket of my pack. Depending on your choice of sleeping pad, it may or may not work with this cover, honestly I haven’t taken the time to try putting my old pad on the outside and than putting on the Raincover. It is easy and quick to put on, just make sure the word “Osprey” is eight side up and you are all set. The only con I see is that with the pack I am using, the waist belt is partially exposed with the cover on, but I have given the whole pack a waterproofing treatment, so it…

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