Sure, it's only a few days of backpacking, but it can feel a whole lot longer when you don't have the right pack. Avoid bringing extra discomfort to long days and tough terrain with the Kelty Zyro 54L Backpack. It's got a comfortable and breathable carry system that'll keep your muscles happy, and has loads of convenient storage features that'll keep your brain stress-free as well. Kelty's NadaTech suspension system that not only ensures a supportive carry to help you manage heavy loads, but also reduces points of contact for increased airflow and better moisture management in the heat. Plus, you've got several other adjustment points, including height and load adjuster straps, to help you fine tune your fit and make sure you're never putting in more work than you need to. The Zyro 54 makes it easy to keep your gear, clothes and equipment well organized on the trail thanks to its array of pockets and compartments. The top lid has a few zippered pockets to its name, and removes easily when you're trying to shed some weight on speedier missions. Large stretch pockets on the side keep packable rain shells, water filters, and maps close by when you need them, while an additional zippered front pocket provides extra storage for any cookwear you'd like to keep handy. your sleeping back will be safely tucked away in its own bottom compartment, and dual sets of hip belt and water bottle pockets will ensure that hydration and nutrition are always right at hand.
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