Hooded Pack Fly
Keep gear and head dry with our HOODED PACK FLY.
A dry pack with dry contents is good. But, when it’s pouring rain, you want to keep your back panel and head dry, too. For such occasions, a HOODED PACK FLY is really good. Light and compact – stows in itself-contained storage pouch.
The results are in Based on 2 Reviews
A Well Thought-out Foul Weather Addition to My Gear
I live and backpack in the Pacific Northwest snow, rain, or shine. I have had this hooded pack fly going on 3 years now and it has been an awesome addition to my gear. Most pack covers allow the water to drizzle down your back. This one protects your pack, the shoulder straps and your head & back. It is also nice on those days when wearing your rain-shell jacket is overkill due to overheating/sweating but you want to keep your gear and head dry.
Great Wet Weather Pack Cover
I've had this hooded pack cover for over a year and a half now. I wanted to use it extensively before writing a review. Living in the Northwest you backpack in bad weather or you don't get out much. I've often thought there has to be a better pack cover than those that were available. This is one of the most well conceived and engineered additions to my gear. The design keeps the water from running down between the pack and my back keeping the suspension system drier. The fly even extends down over the top of the shoulder straps. The attached hood gives me the option of not wearing my rain shell when I'm in a moderate downpour. Since its easy for me to work up a sweat when wearing a rain shell that is an added bonus. It is made with the same craftsmanship you expect from a Mystery Ranch product and has survived major off trail bushwhacking and cross country skiing in the rain and snow. It is a tad heavier than the pack cover without the hood but for my money its well worth it.