I purchased this bag a few months ago, its been great. The bag compresses well, is comfortable but loses a lot of feathers. (My tent looked like a chicken coop.) All in all I…
- Danally, 01/13/14
I previously owned a Kelty Ignite Dridown 20 bag and I loved it. I purchased this one because I was looking for something a little warmer. It is only slightly more bulky than…
- Danally, 01/29/14
I used this new bag for a bear hunt in Alaska. When I pulled it out of its compression sack I was skeptical because it came out so small. Shook it out and it poofed! I'm a sto…
- benjamin, 05/12/14
I bought this tent to do some camping with my girlfriend for a couple weeks. It didn't let us down. It's easy to set up, and it looks cool! It does exactly what a tent is supp…
- Jesse, 08/29/13
i think its great so far cant wait to sleep in it…
- emily, 04/24/14
The main seller on this tent is the fact that I can pack it in my backpack. The stays are half the length of the other tents so instead of a long packaging, it is half the le…
- Joseph, 06/18/14
This thing has enhanced my travel enjoyment over and over. It travels well and stows in the overhead bin. Load it up and you can be good for 3-5 days. I've used my Redwing for…
- Dennis, 07/03/13
I bought the Forest Night color Redwing and it looks very good. The pack itself is light weight and made well. The harness is comfortable but not great. What you get for a pac…
- Leonel, 02/23/14
I bought this bag for much less new than it costs new now. So when I got it, it was a crazy deal instead of just a great deal. Still a superior product though.
For this ba…
- LAURA, 09/16/13
Taos, New Mexico
This sleeping bag - a budget option. So I do not expect him to something supernatural. It was fairly long, so keep warm. It is more suitable for camping and not mountain climb…
- Oleg, 02/15/14
Got this for use as a travel pack (carry on) or extended day hikes where you need the extra room. Seems thought out quite well and fits like a glove (very comfortable). I am m…
- Thomas, 08/07/13
I bought this pack to use for one or two day ultralight backwoods camping. I have to say that I'm impressed with it so far considering the price. The waist belt sometimes sl…
- Oscar, 04/26/13
Pros: Very versatile, can fit more than it would seem, nice fit, side packets provide easy access to items, better than many more expensive packs
Cons: removable hip belt w…
- Tesia, 10/18/13
Fancy straps and zipper tassels.…
- Matt, 05/08/14
This is the best latern ever!! I use this for everything. This is a great design!!…
- Tim, 07/01/13
I bought this pack for my husband, he did a ton of research on the best packs in this class, for the price this was the best option, tons of room and different compartments.…
- Amanda, 12/31/13
This pack has definitely been a great investment for me. One of the best parts about this pack is probably the bottom sleeping bag compartment. Unlike typical packs the Kelty…
- Garron, 03/29/14
Have use this product all over the states from Burning Man for shade, Alabama for a light weight alternative to a tent and in Ohio for shelter up at the lake over a picnic tab…
- Brian, 04/08/13
I bought this tarp to serve as our shelter for our summer camping trips, rather than packing our large canopy typically seen at tailgates. While it worked well for our site, a…
- Janine, 09/04/13
I love my tiny backpacking tent where all I can do is lay down to sleep, but when I am not backpacking, this is the best tent I have ever owned! I love all of the space both…
- Matt, 08/03/13
These Noah's tarps are pretty good lightweight tarps for the money. The shape allows for a few nice pitch options, put i typically just use the A-frame option. Unfortunately,…
- Josiah, 05/19/14
This is an awesome, comfortable and warm sleeping bag that is REAL DOWN but costs a fraction of what other bags will drain from your wallet. Buy it from Moosejaw and save even…
- Joshua, 04/16/14
This is a good bag. Basically it is good, but not great, at everything. You could find a lighter bag, or a warmer bag. However, I think that you would be hard pressed to find…
- Megan, 04/07/14
Ann Arbor, MI
I looked at this tent and many others like it for about 7 months, before I bought this. The first night we were camped out over not of a waterfall off to the side in sand, I s…
- Conor, 12/18/13
I liked this tent a lot. Very easy and quick set up. All the zippers work well for me. 75" across fit my 3 mats nicely.
My only gripe is the Vestibule area.
It did not fee…
- chris, 08/21/13
They Kelty Pack was born in 1952. Incidentally, so was my mom. Or is that 1958. Whatever. Anyway, that was way back with Dick Kelty made his packs by hand. Just over a decade later, Kelty Packs were ascending the West Ridge of Mt. Everest. Not by themselves, people were carrying them.
Nowadays Kelty makes all kinds of gear for everyone from the first time camper to the experienced backpacker. They've expanded their line of packs like woah, so you can pick up Kelty daypacks like the Redstart and Redtail Packs up to expedition size packs like the Kelty Red Cloud 5600 Pack.
For week-long backpacking adventures, check out the Kelty Red Cloud 90 Pack or the Kelty Coyote 80 Pack for men, or the Red Cloud 80 and Kelty Coyote 75 for women. These packs have capacities over 4500 cubic inches. I guess that lets you carry lots of stuff, which is good because Kelty Pack makes other stuff to carry.
By other stuff, I mainly mean tents, sleeping bags, and camping accessories like lanterns and stuff sacks. I tried to keep popsicles in my Kelty Lakota 65 once. I think you can guess how that turned out. Anyway, Kelty makes backpacking tents, like the Kelty Gunnison 1.1 Tent, and family camping tents like Kelty Parthenon 8 Tent and Kelty Buttress 6 Tent. Check out Kelty shelters like the Shadehouse, too, to spruce up your campsite.
Kelty's got sleeping bags, too. You've got your choice of down or synthetic fill, and cold weather bags for down to 0 degrees Fahrenheit (I had to google how to spell Fahrenheit), and warmer weather bags rated to 40 degrees.
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