Arc'teryx Pack Shelter

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Arc'teryx Pack Shelter
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The Pack Shelter by Arcteryx is lightweight and packable rain protection for Backpacks. Featuring contoured shaping with an elastic drawcord closure for a secure fit, compression straps to reduce wind drag, easy access to top of pack while cover is engaged, and stow pocket. Available in different sizes for a precise fit.

FEATURES of the Arcteryx Pack Shelter.
SPECIFICATIONS of the Arcteryx Pack Shelter.

Hipbelt:

  • Hipbelt loops for Bora 35

Insulation:

  • Reinforced bottom (medium and large sizes only) resists abrasion when you set your pack down on rocky ground

Weather and Wind:

  • Laminated seams reduce weight and bulk
  • Taped seams for added weatherproofness

Logo/Graphics:

  • Reflective BIRD logo

Zippers:

  • Stuff pocket with zipper

Fit:

  • X-Small size fits the Arc’teryx Silo 18, Silo 30, Miura 20, Miura 30 Short and Regular, Blade 15, Blade 24, Blade 30, Fly, Mantis, Aerios 14, Axios 25, Switchblade, Spear 20, and Spear 25 packs
  • Medium size fits the Arc’teryx Khamsin 70 Short, Altra 62, Altra 65, and Altra 75 Short and Regular packs

Fabric:

  • P75p polyester plain weave with polyurethane coating
  • Taped seams prevent water from dripping down the fabric face and leaking in
  • DWR finish (Durable Water Repellent) helps bead water from fabric surface

Straps:

  • Drawcord closure, compression straps

Features:

  • Weather resistant
  • Drain holes
  • Lightweight and highly packable design means you won’t leave it at home in the name of saving weight or space
  • MEDIUM - Bora 50 & 65, Briza 62, Briza 75 Short & Regular, Khazri 35 Tall, Khazri 55, Khamsin 50, Khamsin 70 Short, Altra 62 & 65, Altra 75 Short & Regular
  • SMALL - Bora 35, Silo 40 & 50, Khazri 35 Regular, Miura 30 Tall, Miura 50, Khamsin 40 Short & Regular, Axios 33 & 35, Axios 48 & 50
Mountain Gear
Be prepared for wet weather, because having the clothes you're wearing get wet is one thing, but having the clothes you have in your pack get wet is another - the Pack Shelter from ARCTERYX is lightweight, packable rain protection for your backpack.

Backcountry.com
Before you head out on trail, make sure you stuff the Arc’teryx Pack Shelter in your pack in case you encounter a rainy or snowy day. This synthetic pack cover features an elastic draw cord for a secure fit, compression straps to reduce wind drag, and is available in four sizes for a precise fit.

USOutdoor.com

Driven by innovation, ARC'TERYX was founded to build better gear. They didn’t just focus on incremental advancements, but on radically improving the status quo. They began with climbing harnesses and then proceeded to tackle packs and apparel with the same single-minded obsession for creating the lightest, best performing, and highest quality products available. To realize their vision they’ve created groundbreaking new construction technology, developed paradigm-shifting designs and harnessed major fabric technology developments.

Lightweight and packable pack cover. Featuring contoured shaping with an elastic drawcord closure for a secure fit, compression straps to reduce wind drag, easy access to top of pack while cover is engaged, and stow pocket. Features

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Capacity:50L (Small), 75L (Medium), 95L (Large)
Country of Origin:Philippines
Material:75D Polyester Plain Weave with PU Coating
Seam Taped:Yes
Weight:132 g / 4.7 oz (Small), 203 g / 7.2 oz (Medium), 255 g / 9 oz (Large)
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Arc'teryx Pack Shelter Reviews:

Reviews:

Tailor made.

I backpack in the rain a lot so I have tried several different pack covers. What makes the difference for me is how well it fits (one size fits all never fits anything), how easy to attach and what does it do to your pack access. The Arc'teryx pack shelter fits my Arc'teryx pack perfectly, not just in size but in shape and attachment points. I don't know if it might perform differently on packs of other make. But it is built to stay on (three attachment points besides the elastic perimeter) and it is easy to flip off the elastic hood, get in to your pack and flip the hood back on. I wish the material on the bottom were a little more durable as it interfaces with the ground (goes for all makes) and if the hip belt attachment straps were slightly elastic they would be slightly easier to attach. That said, this is the finest pack cover I have ever used.
TJ at Mountain Gear on 08/08/2013

This isn't the lightest cover, but it is sturdy, and the straps are great to keep the wind drag down or keep it from flying off. I have the Arcteryx Altra 75 in the large/tall size and I found the medium size cover to be the perfect fit. Pair this pack with the Beta SL Arcteryx rain jacket and pants, and you have some seriously light and awesome gear.

Gregorius Perri at Backcountry.com on 08/16/2013

This backpack cover is the bomb. Can't figure out why more companies don't make strapping and clipping options to fit their covers to your pack. Well this pack has them and allows one to adjust it to the pack!! Excellent quality product that Arcteryx is know for!!!

ScottB at Backcountry.com on 03/02/2013

Yeah, it is a bit pricey. But hey, you bought an Arc'teryx pack.
This is a good convenience to have. Fit my Arc packs very well. The compression straps are nice. Its awesome to just throw this on, cinch it down, and leave your pack to natures wrath.

Rustin Winger at Backcountry.com on 10/28/2011

Great! Perfect fit.

I use this with the Sebring 25 and it fits perfectly. Live in Seattle so having a good rain cover is a must have. Glad I bought it.
Todd at Mountain Gear on 01/01/2014