Kelty Lakota 45 Junior

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For teenagers who have outgrown kid-size packs but aren't quite ready for an adult size, Kelty offers the Lakota Junior. Sized and shaped to better fit younger hikers, the Lakota Junior features Keltys Lightbeam adjustable suspension, allowing this pack to grow with your teen.

- CampSaver.com

Free Shipping. Kelty Lakota Junior 45 Pack FEATURES of the Kelty Lakota Junior 45 Pack Top loading Sleeping bag compartment Hydration compatible Lower compression and pad straps Pack cover included Ice-axe loop Hipbelt pocket Large front pocket with organization LightBeam single aluminum stay AirMesh shoulder straps, waist belt and lumbar Dual density foam waist belt Hipbelt stabilizer straps Scherer Cinch Padded shoulder straps Load-lifter/stabilizer straps Sternum strap SPECIFICATIONS of the Kelty Lakota Junior 45 Pack Torso Fit Range: 12 - 16in. / 31 - 41 cm Volume: 2750 cubic inches / 45 liter Weight: 3 lbs 5 oz / 1.5 kg Dimension: 28 x 11 x 11in. / 71 x 28 x 28 cm Body Fabric: 420D Polyester Ball Shadow Reinforcement Fabric: 450D Polyester Oxford Suspension: Lightbeam Adjustable Suspension System

- Moosejaw

Kelty Lakota Junior Backpack - For teenagers who have outgrown kid-size packs but arenâ??t quite ready for an adult size, Kelty offers the Lakota Junior Backpack. Sized and shaped to better fit younger hikers, the Lakota Junior features Keltyâ??s Lightbeam adjustable suspension, allowing this pack to grow with your teen. With a single LightBeam II aluminum stay and PE framesheet, the Lakota supports heavy loads. A built-in rain cover and easy main compartment side-access allows for quick reactions based on ever-changing weather conditions. The Kelty Lakota Junior Backpack has all the features of an adult pack but sized perfectly for young backpackers ready to take on the trail!

- Outdoorplay