Turn off your laptop, shut off your cell phone, and pack up the Kelty Trekker Backpack for a week-long adventure in the wild. With its upgraded, indestructible design the Trekker takes you deep into the wilderness for some camping, hiking, fishing, and a much-needed break from the technological world. The lightweight, yet sturdy external frame is a capable of handling heavy loads, and the adjustable suspension system offers a comfortable fit and distributes weight so you can keep going for miles on end. A sleeping bag compartment, spacious main compartment, and multiple zippered pockets help you stay organized. With the hydration sleeve (reservoir not included), you can stay hydrated on the trail without having to stop and search for your water bottle. The Trekker is also equipped with a dual-density waistbelt, padded shoulder straps, load-lifter straps, and a sternum strap for a stability and cushioning when you're crossing rough terrain.
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Kelty Trekker Backpack - 3950cu in
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