Eastern Mountain Sports Pack Cover Large

Priced: $25.00 Rated:   - 2 stars out of 5 by 3 reviews.
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Eastern Mountain Sports Pack Cover Large - A lightweight, waterproof backpack cover sized for backpacks between 4000 and 7000 cubic inches (65 to 115 liters).


  • Fits packs 4000 to 7000 cubic inches (65 to 115 liters)


  • 70D/210T waterproof ripstop fabric with 5000 mm PU coating


  • Cord lock needs to be activated by user; press cord lock down firmly between fingers to release and engage


  • Drawcord closure tightens around pack
  • Packs into its own mesh pouch to facilitate quick drying
  • Measures 34 x 22.5 x 11 in.
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Eastern Mountain Sports Pack Cover Large Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

Great value for large backpacks

I bought a large pack cover for my brother-in-law's 4,500 cubic inch pack and a medium-size one for myself. Both are excellent values, tough and flexible.
Lunenburg Larry at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 09/09/2011

Negative Reviews:

Not what I expected from an EMS product

I owned this for a quite a while and never needed to use it while hiking, only for keeping it ry over night at a camp site. Sadly the first time I needed it to stay on in the winds and driving rain of of the Presidential Range in NH, the cover failed miserably. The perimeter cinch would not stay, the clasp did not work so I had to try and knot it up to hold it anywhere taught around my pack. Wen the winds of the summits blew, so did my cover, so I ended up taking it off, and letting my pack get soaked rather than losing it to a gale. Good thing all of my clothes were in dr bags in my pack!
MtnRunner at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 07/07/2013

Cord does not cinch down

Last week went on a 4 day backpack trip up in NH. Up on the ridgeline we experienced winds around 30 with gusts up to 40 mph. Because the cord did not cinch down and was loose, the pack cover flew off at least 3 times. Luckily someone was hiking behind me or I would have lost the cover! Pack ended up getting wet on several occasions.
dmsr_5 at Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS) on 08/08/2010