Kelty Redwing 50L Backpack

Kelty Redwing 50L Backpack
Kelty Redwing 50L Backpack
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Redwing 50L Backpack by Kelty
When your travel plans flit around as frequently as the capricious goldfinch, it's crucial to pack for both the unpackable and the unexpected, which is where the Kelty Redwing 50 Backpack comes into play. Built to cater to your short attention span and ever-changing travel itinerary, the Redwing is equipped a generous 50L main compartment that confidently carries your travel-haul while the HDPE frame sheet, Hex Mesh back panel, and Perfect-FIT suspension ensures adaptive comfort, whatever your load is. The load lifter straps, sternum strap, and adjustable waistbelt take the load off your fanny, and the ice axe or trekking pole loops keep the Redwing 50 traditional without taking on the bulky, external frame look.

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SKU: KEL004T
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