Hooded Pack Fly

Hooded Pack Fly is rated 4.6 out of 5 by 16.
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SKU: Hooded Pack Fly

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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.

  • Elastic edges
  • G-hook fastener
  • 70D nylon
NameUPC Code
Hooded Pack Fly-Shadow-M888564177396
Hooded Pack Fly-Shadow-L888564176887
DUNS Number:059122783
0.5 lb
M: 2746 - 4272 cu-in
(45L - 70L)
L: 4272 - 6407 cu-in
(70L - 105L)
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Well Thought-out Foul Weather Addition to My GearI 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.
Date published: 2018-12-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Interesting take on the rain cover/ponchoI like this option as opposed to the full pack cover/poncho combination, especially when it's just a dreary day with drips from above. I like that it covers the space between the pack and my back. My only complaint is the hood pulls on my head, but that may just be my anatomy. I'd like a little more material for the hood to pull forward. The shoulder connections work great. I'd love to see an ultralight version since that's where I spend most of my time, but Mystery Ranch isn't focused on that segment so I'll keep this one for when I'm not as weight concious.
Date published: 2019-05-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Problem solved. Ignore the 2 star review guy...Whelp, I hate reviews based on poor thought and experience, so I'm making a new review to counter a poorly executed 2 star review... so, there's a single, absolute trash two star review that says ..."The fly is made with decent quality, but it’s a solution to a non existent problem. No need for a hood on the rain fly when your outer rain jacket\shell should already have one."If you've ever had water get blown or come between your pack cover for more than 10 minutes, and your outer/body Gore-tex or whatever WP shell, and then had that water get into your bag from the back, thus soaking all your gear, ruining electronics, your PBJ sandwich, or even if you realise (just now) this could be a thing, you can see how misleading and really inappropriate this review is. This product is as stated by the bad reviewer, "decent quality," for a non-existent problem. So, there you have it. Its good quality kit, for an obvious problem. Realistically and objectively, it's a quality solution for those of us that can identify problems with water winning our gear, or with more experience than a 10 second shower. Problem solved, problem staying solved. Do your research and make a decision for yourself.
Date published: 2020-02-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Wet Weather Pack CoverI'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.
Date published: 2017-10-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Legit!!!If you’ve ever hunted the Kodiak or Afognak islands in Alaska, you’ll know why you need this! Amazing and a well thought out design. Besides keeping my pack and it’s contents dry, it also kept the rain and sleet from collecting between my back and my pack. A must have!!!
Date published: 2019-03-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly what I was looking forI work in the outdoors wearing my Mystery Ranch Metcalf almost daily. This hooded rainfly is the perfect compromise for the afternoon showers that do not require full rain gear and you keep your pack dry at the same time.
Date published: 2019-07-16
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Worked as designed - AT 60 MPH rain stormGreat product. Lighter weight. Kept the water from between my pack and my back.
Date published: 2019-04-28
Rated 4 out of 5 by from A Great IdeaI'm very pleased with the innovative design and overall build quality of this pack fly which addresses the weak point found in most pack weatherproofing systems: the unprotected back. I hiked for several hours in a steady rain across wind-whipped mountain slopes with the S/M size covering my TerraFrame 65 sufficiently stuffed and it served well. The hood does come with an elastic, "shock-cord" type drawstring with cord locks and a stiff insert to act as a brim. These two features together provide sufficient stiffness to maintain protection and visibility.The only suggestion I could make would be a consideration for position adjustability on the shoulder strap attachment points. I found that the hood would tend to pull down and back on my head. Perhaps this is a TerraFrame issue, as the elastic cinching where the pack body portion of the fly joins the hood tended to slide forward and back between the pack body, the frame, and the shoulder straps themselves. Overall no major complaints, this is a solid piece of kit.
Date published: 2021-10-29
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