Kelty Red Cloud 90 Internal Pack - 2015 Model Specifications

Available in the Following Colors:
Caper, Indigo
Weight [with packaging]
5.6 lb

Red Cloud 90 Internal Pack - 2015 Model Customer Reviews

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Kelty Red Cloud 90 Internal Pack

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Good durable pack

By My235

from Portland, OR

About Me Casual Adventurer


  • Comfortable
  • Easy To Load
  • Good Suspension
  • Highly Adjustable
  • Large Capacity


  • Heavy

Best Uses

  • Extended Hikes
  • Heavy Loads
  • Travel

Comments about Kelty Red Cloud 90 Internal Pack:

I took this pack to India and it went all over the show. Very durable and comfortable. A little on the heavy side but the toughness is the upside to that.

  • What Is Your Gear Style:
  • Minimalist
  • Was this a gift?:
  • No

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First Name L  How do you measure the torso size that is best for me?
ERNEST B  1.Begin at a point on the spine level with the top of the Iliac Crest, which is the top of the pelvic hip bone crest (Iliac Crest) directly below the lower rib in your waist. 2.Measure in a direct line up to the base of the neck, or the top of the seventh cervical vertebrae - that is the protruding ridge at the base of the neck.
Shane M  Are the side zipper pockets (Not the mesh ones lower on the pack) the place where you can put 2 hydration bladders? (one on each side)? I think the mesh pockets are for water bottles.
ROBERT S  You could put hydration bladders in those pockets. They zip from bottom to top so that would be useful. I use them for other "quick to get" items. I put Nalgin bottles in the pockets behind each one of them.
Shopper  how do you pack it?
JOHN G  I put sleeping bag in the bottom section of the bag. My air mattress, stove, cloths, etc goes in the main section. The front pockets hold my knife, matches, light, etc - small stuff. The side pockets are for water bottles and other stuff I need quick access to - snacks, toliet paper, etc. In the top part, I place other small items and it if I am carrying part of the tent I fasten it between the top part and the main section - in between. Hope that helps John
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