The Kelty Mica Daypack Saint George UT

The Kelty Mica is a 1400 cubic inch daypack that’s made out of nylon ripstop and polyester. It has two main compartments, an internal sleeve, and security pockets for your valuables.

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The Kelty Mica Daypack

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Kelty Mica Daypack

The Kelty Mica is a 1400 cubic inch daypack that’s made out of nylon ripstop and polyester. It has two main compartments, an internal sleeve, and security pockets for your valuables. It also has a zippered stash pocket and organizer pocket with a key clip. If you get thirsty there are two mesh side water bottle pockets. The Mica comes with padded and curved shoulder straps for comfortable and easy carrying.

Specifics

  • Material - Nylon Mini-ripstop and 600 Polyester Oxford
  • Approximate volume - 1400 cubic inches
  • Number of pockets - 6
  • Average weight - 1 lb. 2oz.
  • Dimensions - 17 x 14 x 11 inches
  • Access/loading - Top

Features

  • Breathable mesh back panel
  • Fully taped seams for sealing
  • Internal load pocket
  • Key clip
  • Internal security pocket for valuables
  • Zippered stash pocket
  • Carrying handle
  • Sternum strap
  • Padded, curved shoulder straps for comfort
  • 2 external zippered pockets and main pocket
  • Mesh water bottle pockets
  • Compression straps
  • ...

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