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Kelty® Coyote 80 Internal Frame Backpack. PACKED with plenty of room, pockets, versatility and VALUE !
Whether you're gone for a week or a week end, the Kelty Coyote 80 Internal Frame Backpack carries the load, comfortably and conveniently! At 4,750 cu. ft. there's plenty of room for extended adventures. But if you're not packed to max capacity, smartly placed compression straps help cinch the Pack down in all the right places... keeping gear safe, secure and balanced.
Off for a short hike away from base camp? The top of the Pack detaches for use as a fanny pack, so you don't need to carry needless weight! But that's just the start. The Kelty Coyote is absolutely crammed with convenience. Mesh pockets on the waist band keep must-have accessories at-the-ready, while front-panel access and zippered side pockets make it easy to find what you need when you need it. Adjustability is easy, too - at the hip, chest and shoulder for a stable, comfortable fit.Carry the load:
- 420-denier polyester body with 420-denier polyester oxford reinforcement fabric
- AirFlow back panel, shoulder straps, waist belt and lumbar pad
- CloudLock II adjustable suspension and LightBeam II dual aluminum stays provide the support you need to carry heavy loads, easy adjustment for custom fit
- Top loading with front panel access
- Hydration compatible
- Reservoir sleeve
- Zippered side pockets
- Mesh water bottle pockets
- Side compression
- Load stabilizer straps
- Spindrift collar
- Ice-axe loops
- Daisy chain
- Key fob
- Zippered waist belt pockets
- Lid converts into lumbar pack
- Carry handle
- HDPE frame sheet
- Removable HDPE reinforced dual density waist belt
- Padded shoulder straps
- Ventilating backpanel
- Load-lifter / stabilizer straps
- Sternum strap
- Patented Scherer Cinch to condense Pack when carrying lighter loads
- Capacity: 4,750 cubic inches (78-liters)
- Weight: 5 lbs. 9 oz.
- Measures 16 x 34 x 16 1/ 2 "
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