Kelty Coyote 80 Internal Pack
The Kelty Coyote 80 Internal Pack is an ideal product to take your essentials to all of your outdoor activities. The top load and front-panel access makes packing and unpacking very simple and fast. This product is hydration compatible and has water bottle pockets to let you take different drinks along. The side compression straps reduce packing space. This pack has zippered side and hip belt pockets to keep your small important items within easy reach. The carry handles, air mesh padded shoulder and sternum straps, and waist belt make this pack very comfortable to use, avoiding stress on your shoulders. Its light beam dual aluminum stays and HDPE frame sheet provide support for heavy loads. The dynamic airflow back panel makes this product breathable to keep you cool. Take the Kelty Coyote 80 Internal Pack on your next hiking trip.
|Torso Fit Range (in)||14½-18½"||17½-21"|
|Waist Belt Fit Range (in)||30-48"||32-54"|
|Dimensions (in)||30L x 13W x 12H||32L x 15W x 12H|
|Capacity (cubic in)||4700||4900|
|Product Weight||5 lbs, 8 oz||5 lbs, 10 oz|
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Has many compartments and it will be great for hiking or using it for a backpacking trip to Europe, which is what i will be using it for.
Seems like a pretty good made backpack. Everything I expected it to be.
I recently got this pack to replace my old pack (a High Sierra Appalachian 75). The old pack was, and still is, very reliable. I'm the kind of guy who likes to have backups ready for everything (and now I can lend my old pack to friends who don't have their own). I find the two to be comparable in features and layout with some small differences. I haven't had a chance to actually try out the Coyote 80 yet, but from experience and just looking at the pack, I'm certain it will meet my expectations. I got the small one, and the capacity leaves nothing to be desired. The large compartments are nicely laid out, and I like that it has enough additional space to hold miscellaneous gear without going overboard on the number of pockets. The material is solid and the comfort/fit slightly exceed the Appalachian 75. The only thing this one doesn't have that the other one does, is an integrated rain cover. If you want features and space at a low price, I would highly recommend the Coyote 80.