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Kelty Red Cloud 80 Women's (Old Style) Internal Frame Backpack

A favorite of female backpackers, the Kelty Red Cloud 80 Women's pack balances performance and affordability while employing convenient access points, load-hauling capability and an array of features for extended backpacking trips.

Kelty
Red Cloud 80 Women's (Old Style)

  • 5000 cu in
  • Classic women's extended trip pack
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  • Reg. Price: $199.94
    $129.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
Kelty Coyote 75 Women's (Old Style) Internal Frame Backpack

Borrowing the time-tested features, comfort and value of Kelty's esteemed Red Cloud series, the Kelty Coyote 75 Women's pack offers backpackers with excellent performance and convenient pack access in a compact, streamlined design.

Kelty
Coyote 75 Women's (Old Style)

  • 4500 cu in
  • Smaller version of the women's Red Cloud
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  • Reg. Price: $175.94
    $99.95
  • Free shipping plus free returns
  • Out of stock.
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Kelty has been a leader in the backpacking equipment industry for more than 50 years. In 1952, Dick Kelty began building backpacks for his friends in the Sierra Club. His ideas of using hipbelts and lightweight aluminum frames allowed Kelty and his friends to carry heavy loads longer, farther and with less pain for a happier wilderness experience. Today, Kelty continues to innovate.

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