Kelty Redwing Reserve 51L Backpack

Kelty Redwing Reserve 51L Backpack
Kelty Redwing Reserve 51L Backpack
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Redwing Reserve 51L Backpack by Kelty
Take flight on the trail with the comfortable support of the Kelty Redwing Reserve 3100cu in Backpack. Crafted with a tough 420D polyester fabric, this pack offers lasting durability for rugged weekend trips, and it features a PerfectFit suspension system for on-body adjustments to customize your fit in just a matter of seconds. The padded, ventilated back panel keeps the fit plush and breezy during hotter days, and a sternum strap, waist belt, and shoulder straps stabilize your load with equal weight distribution. A sleeve for your hydration bladder ensures you won't go thirsty on the trail, and it doubles as a sleeve for your laptop when you need to transport your computer. Attachment points for your ice axe and trekking poles help free up your hands, and multiple pockets bring along everything you need for a weekend spent wandering the woods.

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SKU: KEL004S
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