I review the Kelty Courser 40 Backpack on this video, which is at the bottom of this post. This internal frame pack has a large capacity due to the ability to lash so many items onto it. The Courser 40 can be purchased at Amazon. This is my active Bug Out Bag.
Technical Information and Product Description from Amazon:
The Courser 40 is an ideal overnight pack that boasts many of the same features as Kelty’s larger packs, but in a more compact size. The pack additionally offers enough performance for longer summit peak bagging, on treks where you need a full day’s worth of food, water, extra layers, and rainwear.
420-denier polyester Ball Shadow body fabric
420-denier polyester Oxford reinforcement fabric
Mesh water bottle pockets
Side compression straps
Single LightBeam aluminum stay
HDPE frame sheet
Removable dual density foam waist belt
Padded shoulder straps
Patented Scherer Cinch
Capacity: 2,300 cubic inches (38-liters)
Three-pound, four-ounce weight
Measures 12 x 28 x 10.5 inches (W x H x D)Lifetime Warranty Kelty products include a limited lifetime manufacturer’s warranty against defects in materials and workmanship.
Looking for a quick overnight in the front range at a great value? Lash your sleeping pad and poles to the outside of this streamlined pack and head out. This pack is also great for longer summit peak bagging –treks where you’ll need a full days worth of food, water, extra layers and rainwear.
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