Kelty Deora

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Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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This multi-functional pack transitions from a compatible workweek bag to a pack that is ready for weekends on the trail. With a multipurpose sleeve, zippered stash pockets and hydration ready, this pack is not only attractive but functional for every women's need.

- Rocky Mountain Trail

Equally suite to the weekend adventure as it is for the workday commute, the Kelty Women's Deora Daypack keeps your busy life organized and portable. Featuring a multipurpose sleeve, zippered stash pockets, and designed for an ultra comfortable carry, this versatile pack is a must have for the active woman. Whether you're traversing the trail or the city, the Kelty Deora Daypack for women has your back.

- Altrec Outdoors

Kelty Deora Women's Backpack - The Deora backpack from Kelty is a women-specific pack for for commuters and students who want a multifunction bag that transitions easily from school to work but lives for weekends on the trail. Padded shoulder straps, a webbing waist belt, and the sternum strap adjust for the perfect fit. An airmesh back panel and shoulder straps keep you cool and comfortable. An internal organizer panel and multipurpose sleeve give you capacity for a laptop, files, and other daily essentials. Side water bottle pockets and a zippered stash pocket keep necessities close at hand. Make every day on the trail or in the urban jungle a breeze with the Kelty Deora women's backpack.

- Outdoorplay

Depending on the day, you need to ride some combination of a bus, a bike, and a train to get to some combination of work, school, or play. With such a busy schedule, the one constant in your life is the Kelty Women's Deora Backpack, which dutifully hauls your precious cargo from one location to another.

- Backcountry.com

Kelty Deora

MSRP:
$64.95

The Kelty Deora is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen February 21, 2014 at Rocky Mountain Trail.

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