We’ve got you covered – keeping your pack (and its contents) dry

4 thoughts on “We’ve got you covered – keeping your pack (and its contents) dry”

  1. As a key ingredient in Sea to Summit’s Ultra-Sil® Pack Covers, we’re glad CORDURA® fabric helps provide the durability your users are looking for. Don’t get stuck in a downpour without this quality waterproof pack cover! Thanks for choosing CORDURA® brand fabric.
    Tina Ingle
    CORDURA(R) Brand
    Account Manager

    1. Thanks, Tina –

      Sea to Summit relies on quality fabrics and hardware for all of its products – the Cordura yarns are a key element in making the UltraSil Pack Covers as strong and durable as they are.



    1. G’Day Cara

      The blog post references two types of pack covers: UltraSil Pack Covers http://www.seatosummitusa.com/product/?item=Ultra-Sil%26reg%3B+Pack+Cover&o1=0&o2=0&o3=202-32 and Nylon Pack Covers http://www.seatosummitusa.com/product/?item=Nylon+Pack+Cover&o1=0&o2=0&o3=223-23

      The UltraSil Pack Covers are made of a siliconized fabric which cannot be printed on. This rules out a reflective print.
      The Nylon Pack Covers are made of a fabric which can be printed on, so they have a Sea to Summit logo on the outside. This logo is not reflective (with the exception of the Cycling Pack Cover version of this product which does have a reflective print).

      We would be interested in consumer feedback – would a reflective print on the Nylon Pack Cover be something worthwhile? We’ll pass on any comments to our Design and Development team.


      Barry Robertson: Minister of Education

      Phone 303-440-8977 | fax 303-440-8995 | barry@seatosummit.com | http://www.seatosummit.com

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