MA2608-9

Mustang Bluewater 30L Gear Hauler - Grey

Mustang Bluewater 30L Gear Hauler - Grey
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30L Bluewater Gear Hauler

Perfect for getting the essential gear to training days in the harbor or extended overnight excursions

AQUA ENDURANCE
Urethane-coated zippers keep your wet gear away from your dry valuables with a roll-top waterproof compartment to keep laptops and other valuables safe

ARMORED CONSTRUCTION
210 denier TPU coated ripstop nylon shell and TPU-coated handles and clip points stand up to rough treatment

RESPONSIVE DESIGN
Stay quick and unencumbered with the secure sternum strap, comfort-foam back stiffener, compression system, and stow-away waist belt

MODULAR ORGANIZATION
Put everything in its place with the endlessly configurable Hypalon MOLLE panel, exterior wet storage, internal organization system, and full-access opening
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Mustang Bluewater 30L Gear Hauler - Grey MA2608-9 MUSTANG BLUEWATER 30 LITER GEAR HAULER GRAY
$125.00
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