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Kelty Redwing 50 Review

June 12, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 205

The Kelty Redwing 50 is a very robust and versatile internal frame pack. It has a volume of 3100 cubic inches and weighs 3 pounds and 9 ounces. The pack is 25 inches in height, 18 inches in width and 14.5 inches in depth.

The main compartment is roomy enough to accommodate a lot of stuff. There are a number of pockets provided to help keep everything organized. In fact there are long pockets on the sides with sleeves that have a Velcro bottom that opens up to allow longer objects like rifles or fishing poles to be placed in the sleeve. The pack comes with a proprietary LightBeam II stay and suspension system that offers superior comfort while carrying the pack on the back.

There are several zippers provided throughout the pack to provide access to the different compartments. The zippers have flaps to prevent water or rain from entering into the compartments. Apart from the flaps, there are weather seals provided on the zippers to keep them resistant to wetness. The zippers are very high quality and can be operated smoothly with one hand. This makes it very convenient to use the Kelty Redwing 50 for a wide range of activities where only one hand might be free for accessing the pack.

Strong and sturdy daisy chains are provided at the back and very bottom of the packs to attach a wide array of accessories. The stitches over the daisy chains are strong, allowing one to carry heavy equipment as well.

The Kelty Redwing 50 uses 420-denier polyester Ball Shadow fabric for the body of the pack. It also uses 420-denier polyester Oxford reinforcement fabric to retain the shape of the pack and to make it stronger. A reservoir sleeve makes the pack hydration-compatible and helps keep the trekker fully hydrated during the trail. There are mesh pockets at the sides for water bottles as well.

All the surfaces that come in close contact with the body when the pack is being carried are made with a mesh material for good ventilation. Several ducts run throughout the suspension system to provide air flow and good ventilation. This keeps the trekker's back totally free of sweat. All the straps are padded for better comfort. But even though they are padded, they are very flexible and provide a snug fit.

Several handy features like a key fob and ice-axe loops make the Kelty Redwing 50 very versatile for a wide number of outdoor activities. The practical design and the sturdy construction of the Kelty Redwing 50 have made the back pack a consistent favorite among serious trekkers.

If you are interested in learning much more, whether it be more detail product information, customer reviews, or even where to find the best deals on this model pack, just continue through to this Kelty Redwing blog link.

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