When you're heading out for a longer trek you want to make sure you've got the right backpack with you. After all, it's not exactly like you can shop around for a new one out in the backcountry. Bring along the Kelty Zyro 68L Backpack and you can be sure you've got the spacious storage, smart features, and comfortable carry that you need to thrive on longer trail missions. It all starts with its NadaTech suspension system, which not only gives you a comfortable and supportive carry, but also minimizes points of contact to deliver maximum airflow on hot summer days in the mountains. There's also load-adjuster straps, side compressions straps, an adjustable hip belt, and a PerfectFit torso height adjustment system to ensure that everything fits exactly how you want it to when you're traveling through the mountains for days, or even weeks, at a time. A comfortable carry is paramount to a good backpacking trip, but innovative storage features pull the grunt work in making your life easier out on the trail. This pack's got a ton of them, starting with tuck-away trekking pole loops that let you free up your hands when you're scrambling up steep summit trails. A separate sleeping bag compartment keeps your bag from being damaged by other equipment, and the top lid adds storage for smaller gear and removes for lighter weight missions. Large stretch side pockets keep rain shells and water filters close by, while sets of hip belt and water bottle pockets ensure that snacks and hydration are always within reach.
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