I bought this tent two months ago, and now live in this tent. So far, I've lived in this tent for 4.5 weeks. It really has exceeded my expectations. Perfectly comfortable,…
- Cassandra, 06/12/13
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
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
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
Stayed DRY in heavy rain and some 15-20mph winds. Easy for 1 to set up, but if windy you'd definitely need 2. The directions aren't great if you haven't set up many tents, but…
- BRYAN, 04/09/11
This tent sets up quick and has a ton of room. Will be trying it out this weekend and we'll see how it does.…
- Jeremy, 08/20/13
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 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 a few weeks ago. I have had the option to use it a couple of times and I have absolutely loved it. It is super light weight and still warm. A thing to rememb…
- Andy, 01/24/12
Great bag i got the down version of the bag and it packs small. Very comfortable ive slept outside the first night i got and in a hotel room after a raver.…
- William, 04/12/11
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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