Roto Pax Empty Road & Trail Emergency Pack

SKU: RTPRX-OS
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Roto Pax Empty Road & Trail Emergency Pack Info & Specs

The Rotopax Road + Trail Emergency Pack allows you to pack trail essentials like a First Aid kit, gloves, drinking water, cellphones, or whatever else you need in the wild! Built tough to work and play as hard as you do, it’s constructed using a patented 3-layer roto-molding process for increased strength and durability. It is tested to endure the heavy abuse of off-roading and designed to work well with any Rotopax 2 Gallon packs. The Rotopax Road + Trail Emergency Pack is easy to install and comes with a bright orange color so you can’t misplace it on the trail. 

Includes: 
  • (1) RotopaX Empty Road+Trail Emergency Pack  
Features: 
  • Comes empty to fill it with whatever you'll need specific to your trip. 
  • Preparedness Packs can interlock with any other 2 Gallon pack.Patented three layer Roto-Molding process for increased strength, colorfast, and leak-proof use.
  • Thicker walls and stronger construction to ensure the longest-lasting fuel containers. 
  • Extra threads with a sure-seal gasket guarantee your spout wont leak or vibrate loose. 
  • Exclusive modular system design allows for flexible customization between multiple packs. 
  • Universal Application Color Orange. 
  • Mounting kit sold separately. 
  • All container sizes are both EPA and CARB compliant.
  • Made in the U.S.A. 
  • Backed by a Five Year Warranty
Dimensions:
17.75" x 13.25" x 3"

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