The Kelty Storm 3600 Backpack Rutland VT

The Kelty Storm 3600 backpack has an ice axe loop, an outer mesh stash pocket, security pocket, and mesh water bottle pockets.

Hot Wheelz Cycle Studio
(802) 387-8896
13 Kimball Hill Road
Putney, VT
 
Base Camp Outfitters
(802) 775-0166
2363 Route 4 Killington
Rutland, VT
 
Rutland Industries
(802) 775-7638
Rutland, VT
 
Dick's Sporting Goods
(802) 773-2710
16 S Main St
Rutland, VT
 
C B Sports
(802) 775-9989
219 Woodstock Ave
Rutland, VT
 
Olympia Sports
(802) 773-0225
RR 7
Rutland, VT
 
Replay Sports
(802) 773-7445
361 Route 7-Rutl S
Rutland, VT
 

The Kelty Storm 3600 Backpack

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Kelty Storm 3600 Backpack

The Kelty Storm 3600 backpack is a large, internal frame, 3600 cubic inch model that’s made of strong and durable nylon ripstop. The backpack has an ice axe loop, an outer mesh stash pocket, security pocket, load pocket and shovel pocket, mesh water bottle pockets, and a breathable backpanel with Spacermesh for comfort. The Storm 3600 also has an HDPE aluminum frame sheet, a padded waist belt and shoulder straps and it comes with a three-liter hydration system.

Specifics

  • Body material - 420D Nylon Shadow Ripstop/ 420D Nylon Micro Ripst
  • Approximate volume - 3600 cubic inches
  • Average weight - 4 lbs. 6 oz.
  • Dimensions - 29 x 12 x 10 inches
  • Fits torso - 12 - 18 inches
  • Fits waist/hips - 30 - 50 inches
  • Number of pockets - 2 plus main compartment
  • Frame material - HDPE Aluminum
  • Number of strays - 2
  • Hydration compatible - Yes
  • Access / Loading - Top
  • Sleeping bag compartment - No

Features

  • Daisy chain and ice axe loop
  • Outer mesh stash pocket and a security pocket
  • Three-Liter hydration system included
  • Side compression straps
  • Internal load pocket and shovel pocket
  • Mesh water bottle pockets
  • Load compression strap
  • Breathable backpanel with Spacermesh
  • Sternum strap
  • Adjustable suspension
  • HDPE aluminum frame sheet
  • Padded two-layer waist belt and shoulder straps
  • ...

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