100% Waterproof amp; Incredible Durable:This backpack rain cover is made of 300D high-quality rainproof, scratch-resistant, wear-resistant plaid oxford, protecting backpack from scratch, dirt, sand. The water pressure of waterproof polyester is 5000Pa,Drainage port can effectively drain.Suitable for any rainy activities, 100% Money back guarantee if you are not satisfied.
Reflective Strip Keep Safe At Night: This backpack protection cover has a large reflective strip attached on it. The increased reflective stripe can effectively reduce the occurrence of traffic accidents and ensure the safety of outdoor activities.
Upgraded Design For All-Over Protection: The adjustable elastic band on the backpack cover allows you to adjust the size of your bag easily. The cross adjustable buckle straps provide for extra stability and ensure the backpack is completely covered and dry.
Multi-Function amp;Widely Application: Due to the foldable function of this waterproof backpack cover, it can be used as bicycle rain cushion, electric fan cover and any equipment that needs to be rainproof in rainy days. Perfectly suitable for hiking, camping, cycling, fishing and other outdoor activities.
Free Exchange size if not match Without Returning amp; Worry-Free 24-Month Warranty amp; Lifetime Customer Service.Full refund if cover slide down without Returning.
Protect your gear from wet weather with WSZCML lightweight , portable rain cover thatâs made of high-grade waterproof material,with vertical adjustable webbing for a secure fit around your pack.
(If you plan to store things outside the package , we recommend that you set the size so large that it can easily cover your entire package.)
3 Layer Waterproof Technology
The material of WSZCML backpack cover is very complicated, it's compressed by 3 kinds of fabrics.
Each of their function is different,external waterproof coating, Inner layer cover with Waterproof and anti-pressure membrane.
Offers reliable protection of up to 5000 mm of rain resistance, Ideal for any rainy activities.
The Material Can Resist Water Pressure of 5000PA,but the thickness is ultra-thin and lightweight .
Due to the foldable function of this waterproof backpack cover, it can be used as bicycle rain cushion, electric fan cover and any equipment that needs to be rainproof in rainy days. Perfectly suitable for hiking, camping, cycling, fishing and other outdoor activities.
The adjustable elastic band on the inside of the backpack cover allows you to control the size of the bag at will. The cross-ribbed webbing design and cross-adjustable buckle provide strong stability and ensure the backpack is completely covered.
Made of high-grade waterproof and durable plaid oxford 300Dï¼it causes the rain to bead up and run off the surface instead of soaking in backpack. Even if the water comes in the pack cover accidentally, the small metal hole on the bottom can help to flow quickly.
Reflective Strip for Your Safety
Anti-collision strip design, ensures your safety at night. Backpack is not only a umbrella for backpack, it's also a signal and protector. When student use it, it could be used to protect belongings from being stolen or lost. And if you like traveling or taking outdoor activities, it's easy to be found by others.
Effectively protecting your backpack and belongings from rain, water, snow, dirt and sand.
Made of high-grade waterproof and durable plaid oxford 300D. The waterproof backpack cover is also designed with a vent hole for effective drainage in case of heavy rain.Light rain, moderate rain, heavy rain is 1000, 2000, 3000mm. The waterproof coefficient of DreamLin backpack cover is 5000mm. 5000mm is the highest waterproof grade, Ideal for any rainy activities.
This backpack waterproof cover can not only protect your backpack from rain, but also protect it from dust, wind, sand, bad weather, water, rain, fog and snow. Suitable for hiking backpacks, travel backpacks, school bags, laptop backpacks, camping bags and even luggage below 90 L.
Each backpack cover comes with a RAINPROOF STORAGE POUCH that It can be placed in a backpack or hung on a backpack., You will never be unprepared for the sudden rain shower.The drawstring storage bag is designed to be more resistant to damage than the zipper Bag and offers a free Hang buckle.
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