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Trekker 65

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$179.95
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Keep tradition alive with excellent load carry, ventilation, and plenty of places to tie down your gear. Super efficient at carrying heavy loads, the external frame Trekker 65 is a backcountry workhorse.

Features

  • Dual side pockets
  • Front pocket with organization
  • Front Stash pocket with closure hook
  • Top stash pocket
  • Side compression straps
  • Waterbottle pockets
  • Dual use Laptop / Hydration Sleeve
  • Hide-Away Daisy Chain and Handle
  • Ice axe/trekking pole loops
  • Key fob
  • Adjustable suspension
  • External Frame
  • Dual density foam waistbelt
  • Padded shoulder straps
  • Load lifter straps
  • Belt stabilizer straps
  • Sternum strap
  • Hide-away airmesh waistbelt

Specifications

  • Volume: 3950 in3 / 65 L
  • Frame Type:  External
  • Weight:  5 lbs 5 oz / 2.4 kg
  • Torso Fit Range:  16 - 22 in / 41 - 56 cm
  • Dimensions: 29 x 22.5 x 13 in / 74 x 57 x 33 cm

Materials

Body Fabric: 
Poly 420D Small Back Stafford

Reinforcement Fabric: 
Poly 75x150D Tasser Coal

Frame Material: 
HDPE
New Badge: Yes
Gender: Unisex
Volume: 50L+
Austin Kayak: http://www.austinkayak.com/products/19835
Mountain Sports: http://www.mountainsports.com/MSmain.asp?Option=Detail&Detail=081146
REI: https://www.rei.com/product/895713/kelty-trekker-65-pack?cm_mmc=vl_kelty-_-p2p-_-buy_now-_-8957130001
Al's Sporting Goods: http://www.als.com/Kelty-Trekker-65-Backpack/PAAAAAFCMEMDLHJG/Product

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    1. A+++

      love this pack. someday everyone will have external frame packs - the internal frame packs are a fashion statement IMHO. OK there are some things i might add. i think it needs more webbing attachment points on the back. i think it might benefit from some small pockets on the hip belt. we need this in a 75 and 85 size. these are quibbles really. my brother has a gregory baltoro and he is thinking of ditching it for a kelty external frame. Ha! on Jul 4th 2016

    2. Second to none.

      I grew up with Kelty, when their only store was in Glendale, CA and they had Sir Hillary's Mt Everest backpack on display (with the "DO NOT TOUCH" sign that all us kids ignored). In the 60's, there was nothing better, and having a Kelty was a sign of the "rich kids". It's STILL a sign of the best for old school external packs, my only objection is that you can no longer get them in the Kelty Forest Green. I would replace my red Trecker 65 in a heartbeat for a green model. on Jun 17th 2016

    3. Traditional Backpacker

      I have found the old style external packs very functional over the years so when it was time to get back into hiking I went with the Kelty, which has always been the pack to own. Functional; lots of tie down space; lots of compartments for organizing and easier access to what you need; frame expandability. Has it all. I also like being able to keep the external frame pack well off my back for comfort/ventilation in hot weather. on Jun 6th 2016

    4. Waiste Belt not made for narrow hips.

      I have noticed this with other backpackers with the Kelty Trekker, if you have narrow hips, the hip belt is pulled in all that the straps will allow. on Jun 2nd 2016

    5. Kelty Yukon, Tioga & Trekker

      Great Packs. The Kelty External Frames are the most comfortable & versatile packs I have ever worn. I replaced my original Boy Scout canvas external Frame from the 80's with a Kelty Yukon.

      My 13 year old son had an Ospry internal frame and hatted it. I let him use my Yukon on a backpacking trip recently and now he will not give it back.

      We have a Yukon, and Tioga External Frame and are purchasing the Trekker 65 to complete our set.

      Durability is second to none.

      Just wish they still made the Trekker in Green as they did the Yukon and Tioga. Only negative for me is the color.
      on Mar 22nd 2016

    6. Customer Review

      I recently replaced my mountaineer frame and d4 kelty pack I bought in 1973.t This pack and frame saw most of the USA, Europe and Canada. It lasted 43 years with the normal replacement of straps , belt and bag repair. I tried an internal frame but returned to the comfortable Trekker 65 which no doubt will outlive me. on Feb 11th 2016

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