Exped Cloudburst 25

 

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Waterproof pack with a view.

Exped's Cloudburst is an excellent combination of waterproof packsack and featherlight backpack.
The Cloudburst has a 100% waterproof single compartment packsack with fold and roll closure with fully taped seams. A closed cell EVA foam back gives added comfort and good load control. The Cloudburst has useful features including: generous elastic bungee cord to retain helmet, jacket or wet gear, a strong grab handle and a key clip inside.

  • Dimensions: 53 x 28 x 20 cm/ 21 x 11 x 8" (closed roll top)
  • Volume: 25 l
  • Weight: 300 g/ 10.6 oz
  • Materials: PU coated Taffeta nylon and TPU film laminated polyester base.

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