I used this bag recently on a two-night campout with scouts during which the overnight temps dropped to 26º and 20º respectively. I slept in typical synth long underwear, s…
- Joseph, 12/02/14
Preparing gear for many shorter AT hikes and a two week backpacking trip at Philmont, I needed a warm water-repellant down bag that was versatile, durable and price savvy. Thi…
- Melanie, 03/03/15
Have used this bag on several backpacking trips in the Colorado mountains, as well as lake side in Nebraska, in every climate it has been amazing! For the price, you really do…
- Alexandra, 02/17/15
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 absolutely love this sleeping bag! It's comfy and fluffs out nicely. Not as warm as I thought it would be, but I am comparing it to my Marmot Women's Trestles 15 Sleeping Ba…
- Caitlin, 02/19/15
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 tent is absolutely perfect for backpacking. It's not the lightest tent out there, but it packs really small and is a breeze to pitch, even for one person. The stargazing…
- Etienne, 08/18/14
Rouyn-Noranda, Qc, Canada
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
This was a great purchase - no regrets. This tent had everything I was looking for in a tent and for a great price. My girlfriend loves the amount of floor space. Its just big…
- Brian, 11/25/14
Love this tent!
Really no gear storage inside, but that's okay.
Tent itself was pretty light...it's the rain-fly that adds so much weight. the rain-fly is very thick. Super…
- Richard, 04/26/14
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 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
I have used this product a couple of times now. It sets up with the rain fly in a matter of minutes. The build quality is high, and it has color coded materials to help you se…
- Austin, 07/08/14
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 picked this tent up because I wanted to get into backpacking, but didn't want to break the bank. I have to say this tent is awesome.
It assembles very quickly and easily…
- David, 12/24/14
Auburn Hills, Michigan
This is the best latern ever!! I use this for everything. This is a great design!!…
- Tim, 07/01/13
Received one of these as an Xmas gift, except it was an all black version, and not branded by Kelty. See here: http://hillmerstravelcenter.com/nlledlawlipa.html
I went to…
- eric, 08/31/14
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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