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Kelty Coyote 80 Backpack
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- Volume: 80L (4900cu in)
- Support/Suspension: PerfectFIT adjustable
- Shoulder Straps: hex mesh
- Waist Belt: yes, HDPE reinforced
- Hydration Compatible: yes
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Tried and true, the Coyote 80 is a fully-featured load hauler ideal for extended trips into the backcountry. Perfect fit suspension offers one-size-fits-all versatility and comfort with an on-body adjustment system. Dual LightBeam aluminum stays give this pack outstanding support for heavy loads.The Coyote offers a sleeping bag compartment to keep your gear organized and make packing a breeze. Plus, the top lid converts into a sling pack.
Large front pocket with organization
Front Panel Access
PerfectFIT adjustable suspension
Kelty's workhorse pack provides not only ample capacity, but extra comfort and durability to help you on your biggest adventures.
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Per the pack- it is my first internal, but space is abundant, multi pockets, and belt pockets good for compass/whistle/snacks/dog leash. Kinda a pain to access water pockets solo, but w a buddy its nbd. This pack also has a side rail for a rifle or poles which is main reason i got it-so i can do all things like camp/hike/hunt w one bag. The top of the bag is also a nice day satchel/fanny pack -- which saves u weight having to tote another small bag from basecamp.
Side note- stitches are very good. Had very few frays/extra threads that i had to melt down w a lighter. (I do this on all bags i buy). This tip makes the stitching last longer and not run/pull apart. Be careful not to burn the cloth or ur fingers- TAKE YOUR TIME doing this. This step took me about 2 hours with pulling it out of the box and checking every seam.
Warranty on kellty always a bonus. I see many years rocking this bag-- and it looks airport worthy as a check bag. A+
Pro’s: This pack is a solid piece of equipment. Well made, well stitched and tight. I have yet to hear a creak or squeak. A few of the zippers can be a bit grabby, but I can live with that.
This pack can hold (and) carry 80 L plus. With a floating, removable, top pack, you can even strap a bear vault to this pack and extend the capacity by 7 plus more liters. Took this pack on a extended trip through the Indian Peaks Wilderness and it carried all my gear plus a number of items for my three teenage sons. Although at times I wished for lighter pack, it handled the load very well.
The front panel excess is fantastic. I have never liked the “dig from the top down” design of most internal frames, and being able to get at anything via the front (and the side and the bottom) of the pack is awesome.
This pack fits and rides like a dream. I hauled over fifty pounds on a recent trip (had to help another hiker), and although I was hauling more than I wanted to haul, the pack felt beautiful. It locks right on to your hips and stays put.
The adjust as-you go suspension system works really well. Once adjusted (which was e-z), this pack fit right with my center of gravity and did not shift around.
Con’s: This pack is heavy, coming in much closer to 6 lbs then 5.5 lbs. It is designed to carry 80 L (plus), so this should come as no surprise.
Nature abhors a vacuum… This pack is not, IMHO, a good choir for an all-around pack. As backpackers we have a tendency to fill up the space that we are given, and this pack will certainly encourage that. For trips around 1 to 3 (or MAYBE 4) days I use a 65 L (either an external frame by Alps Mountaineering or the Osprey Atmos 65) pack. For long hauls and carrying stuff for other hikers (like my kids), this is my go to pack.
Bottom-line: If you are looking for a solid, well-fitting long-haul pack, the Coyote 80 will serve you very well.
Pack has plenty of room. I’ve tried hammock camping and can not get comfortable. So now I have to take up the extra space with a tent and footprint. I still have plenty of room after the addition of the tent system. It has bottom access for sleeping bag storage. Top and side access for easy access to anything, anywhere in the pack without empying the whole pack. Overall one of the best packs you will find for this price point.