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On the first day of school or during the first time on the trail, the Kelty Minnow Kids Backpack is a winner, with room for folders, books, and pencils, or water, a jacket, and some snacks. Its padded back panel and shoulder straps are super-comfortable, too, so Junior won't mind having to tote his own gear.
The Minnow is just right for the little ones who need to take a snack, stuffed animal, and rain jacket for their day away from home. Ideal for ages 4-8.
- Rocky Mountain Trail
The Kelty Minnow Kids' Backpack is a great Kelty pack for sending them off to school or taking them out for a fun day on the trail. Ideal for ages 4 to 8. A main compartment swallows most of the essentials, and an external zippered pocket adds organization. Mesh water bottle pockets make staying hydrated a snap. A carry handle helps putting it on and taking it off. The padded, curved shoulder straps are comfortable and won't dig in. The padded back panel keeps the contents of the pack from poking through. Hit the books or hit the trail with this kid's backpack from Kelty Gear. Volume: 800 in3 or 13.9 L. Weight: 9 oz or 0.3 kg. Length: 14 in or 35 cm. Width: 10 in or 25 cm. Depth: 9 in or 23 cm. Suggested Age Range: 4 to 8. Body Fabric: 450D polyester. Kelty Limited Warranty
- Tahoe Mountain Sports
Equip your future hiking buddy with this Kelty daypack designed for just for kids. Panel-loading main compartment is roomy enough for lunch or snacks and extra clothing layers. Organizer front pocket is handy for essentials like sunglasses or treasures kids find along the trail. Padded shoulder straps help evenly distribute the pack's load. Top grab handle can also be used to hang the pack up and air it out.
5 oz / 0.14 kg
750 cu in / 12.3 L
10 in / 25 cm
14 in / 35 cm
8 in / 20 cm
|Suggested Age Range||
4 - 8
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