One of the best parts of summer backpacking is relaxing under the stars at the end of a long day, but when you're hiking with a bulky and outdated pack you'll probably be too sore to do anything but lie in your tent. The Kelty Zyro 58L Backpack makes those long days seem a little bit shorter and sets you up for a happy night of camping with its comfortable and breathable suspension system. Ideal for a range of trip lengths, this pack features Kelty's NadaTech system, which not only delivers a comfortable and supportive carry, but also minimizes points of contact to deliver maximum airflow on hot summer days in the mountains. It also features torso height adjustment, a padded waistbelt, and load-adjuster straps to really help you dial in on that perfect fit as you travel through challenging terrain. A comfortable carry is great and all, but when you're out in the wild for a few days at a time you need to know that you'll be able to bring all of the essentials. Well, the Zyro 58L has you covered there, with lots of smart storage for gear and other important items. The top lid is removable and features several pockets for smaller items, while several large pockets throughout the sides and back of the pack keep water filters, pocket knives, and other gear within easy reach. There's a dedicated sleeping bag compartment that ensures protection for a good night's sleep, as well as hip belt and water bottle pockets that ensure that water and snacks are never far away.
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