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Kelty Men's Coyote 4900

The Men's Coyote 4900 has been discontinued. If you're looking for something new, check out the best expedition packs for 2020.

photo: Kelty Men's Coyote 4900 expedition pack (70l+)

Specs

Price Historic Range: $89.97-$119.99
Reviewers Paid: $150.00-$250.00

Reviews

2 reviews
5-star:   1
4-star:   1
3-star:   0
2-star:   0
1-star:   0

I first bought this backpack in 2007 and have used it every summer since then. The Coyote 4900 is an incredibly reliable pack. It is easy to adjust to using this pack every day or almost never.

Some of the great features of this pack are: its brain becomes a fannypack, which is useful if you're packing to a backcountry campsite and then doing a day hike; this pack has a fail safe way to keep water out by use of two adjustable strings at the top; among other things this pack will adjust to whatever you need it to do, by that i mean you can use it simply as a suitcase traveling from airport to airport or train to train, but it can adjust to becoming a beaten down pack that doesn't fail.

With the right organization, this backpack can sustain you for several weeks. 

If you are thinking about getting your first backpack, you should definitely get the Kelty Coyote 4900.

Price Paid: $200-$300

Great Pack! I have owned the Kelty Coyote 4900 for 3 years now and have had absolutely zero problems.

The pack is durable with no rips or torn seams. The design is condusive to both hiking and cross country skiing. The front main compartment access zipper makes orgaiizing and finding gear in the main pocket a breeze.

My only minor dislike is the lack of hip belt pockets for essentials like compass, knife, GPS etc.

Overall A+

Price Paid: $150

rated 5.00 of 5 stars All Coyote 4900 versions

In addition to the 2 men's reviews above, there is 1 review for another version of the Coyote 4900. Read all reviews »

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