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USMC Military SealLine MAC Sack Waterproof Dry Bag

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Product description

Like its larger sibling the ILBE Sack, the MAC Sack is a special-issue compression dry sack designed exclusively for the U.S. Marine Corps. It’s the ideal solution for low-capacity, low-profile watertight protection in extremely abusive environments. It’s made to order for year-round guiding, daily abuse and for those who are particularly harsh of their gear. PVC-Free. Color Olive Green.

USMC Military SealLine MAC Sack Waterproof Dry Bag

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