If the weather is looking like it might play up your next expedition, then protect your gear with a Pack Cover from Sea to Summit.
This cover is made from 70D nylon and has a 2000mm waterhead rating as well as tape sealed seams, so it will do a great job of keeping your stuff dray in the rain. It’s also contoured to fit firmly around your pack and pulls in tightly to provide maximum protection in a drizzle.
When the bad weather passes, this cover packs down nice and compactly into its own stuff sack for storage. Shield your pack on a showery day with the Pack Cover from Sea to Summit.
Made from 70D nylon with 2000mm waterhead rating
Contoured shape fits securely around backpacks
Tape sealed seams
Folds up compactly
Stuff sack included
14L x 8W x 8H cm
70D PU Coated Nylon
In the middle of sizes!1 answer
Hi there, I have an Osprey 50L pack (aura women's AG - it's a medium so it's definitely a 50L and not slightly under like the smaller sizes). I'm right in the middle of sizes and this is my first pack - so I was hoping for an opinion on whether a larger or smaller rain cover is the way to go? Thank you!
Catherine - Brisbane(3 years ago)
Thanks for getting in touch, it's really hard to say whether the Small or the Medium are going to be the best fit, as it often comes down to the shape of the pack itself. As we don't sell Osprey we're not able to double-check it for you. Maybe you'd be able to drive out to our Brendale store with your pack and trial out both sizes to see which will fit best with your pack?
Leece - Snowys(3 years ago)
Pack cover1 answer
Hi there, I am looking at the Sea to Summit pack covers and would like to know if the 70D will be more effective than the ultra-sil 30D? Is the ultra-sil more expensive because it's ultra light in comparison? Thanks
Erika - Springfield(3 years ago)
You've pretty much hit the nail on the head, Erika. The 70D fabric is durable and reliable but this comes at a slightly higher weight. The Ultra Sil 30D fabric is much thinner and lighter, will offer the same water protection, but will be marginally less durable. This being said, it is still a tough fabric and I'd recommend choosing the Ultra Sil option if your budget allows it and you want to save a few more grams.