The Kelty Minnow Daypack Fargo ND

The Kelty Minnow daypack is suitable for small adults and children. It even has a panel-loading main compartment that’s large enough for lunch and extra clothing.

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The Kelty Minnow Daypack

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Kelty

The Kelty Minnow daypack is suitable for small adults and children. It has a panel-loading main compartment that’s large enough for lunch and extra clothing. It also comes with an organizer front pocket that’s ideal for small items, such as sunglasses and a compass. The daypack has padded shoulder straps that help to distribute the pack's weight evenly. The Minnow also has a top-grab handle, which lets you hang the daypack to air it out and keep it fresh.

  • Material - 600D polyester
  • Approximate volume - 750 cubic inches
  • Number of pockets - 2 plus main compartment
  • Average weight - 10 oz.
  • Dimensions - 13 x 10 x 9 inches
  • Access/loading - Panel
  • Carry handle
  • Fully taped seams to seal pack
  • One external zippered pockets plus main pocket
  • Large front pocket
  • Padded, curved shoulder straps for easy carrying
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