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Ridgeway by Kelty 50.8 Liter Internal Frame Backpack & Hydration System EXPIRED

Jake+ 94 March 9, 2012 at 03:24 PM in Sporting Goods (5) More eBay Deals
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Promoted 03-09-2012 at 05:41 PM View Original Post
1 Sale A Day via eBay has Ridgeway by Kelty 50.8 Liter Internal Frame Backpack & Hydration System on sale for $34.99. Shipping is free. Thanks Jake+

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Edited March 9, 2012 at 05:34 PM by Jake+
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Ridgeway by Kelty 50.8 Liter Internal Frame Backpack & Hydration System

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Description:

Ridegeway by Kelty has collected the best features and technologies from all the other manufacturers to create this state of the art backpack.

By combining all these technologies Kelty gave this 50.8 Liter backpack just about every major feature which has been created.

Features Include:
Easy Access Front Storage Compartment with Internal Organizer

2 Separate Compartments in the Main Area, Can be combined into One large Compartment

Emergency Rain Cover in Hidden Bottom Compartment

Hydration Bladder Included with Microban Antimicrobial Protection

Fully Adjustable Frame from; Padded Straps and Belts


Condition: NEW
Packaging: Retail
Manufacturer: Kelty

Features Include:


GPS pocket
emergency whistle
media pocket with a waterproof zipper
detachable top lid
compression straps
side mesh pockets
built-in hydration system
and many more

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#16
Quote from roberthooke View Post :
The manufacturer is not Kelty.

From Kelty's warranty page:
Kelty Pack is not affiliated with “Ridgeway by Kelty” in any way. It is a separate company that in the past had licensed the name for production. As we did not manufacture it, we do not stock parts to repair or maintain this specific “Ridgeway by Kelty” product.
Thanks.. was considering, simply because I still use my magnesium frame Kelty (modded a bit for my current height) that I used as a 14 yr old Boy Scout- That was ~40 years ago, and the pack is still in good shape.
Don't need a another mediocre pack.. thanks...
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#17
Awesome. Needed one. Repped
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#18
Quote from roberthooke View Post :
The manufacturer is not Kelty.

From Kelty's warranty page:
Kelty Pack is not affiliated with “Ridgeway by Kelty” in any way. It is a separate company that in the past had licensed the name for production. As we did not manufacture it, we do not stock parts to repair or maintain this specific “Ridgeway by Kelty” product.
Thanks for the information. I bought one but now I know not to brag about it. Hopefully it provides some usefulness if not a durable week-end backpack.
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#19
On one hand, I couldn't find any reviews. On the other hand, its $35...good enough to start out on.
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#20
Looks good for a bugout bag..
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#21
Quote from kostyanj View Post :
That's the internal volume of the bag not the hydropack.
If it was the volume of the hydropack it would weigh about 107 lbs when full of water.
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#22
Wish I could go on a long trail and use this Frown
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#23
In for 2, thanks!
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#24
In 4 1, thanks!

Now, to just figure out what this "trail hiking" thing is that everyone is referring to...
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#25
Quote from Skellington View Post :
Looks good for a bugout bag..
exactly what i thought when i saw this. in 4 1
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#26
Quote from Samuel1613 View Post :
I had this pack from a decade ago, it looks like it may have lost many features from back in the day...maybe not. Mine had a removable hydration backpack, a removable fanny pack that also operated as the main cover, but some of the other features (split main compartment, resevoir, compression) have survived. It's a great starter pack, not for 6 months on the Appalachian Trail but for a decent start on backpacking, a few days at a time, it'll do.
How about for bumming around Europe or Asia for 4-5 weeks? Is it sturdy enough to handle that? My last backpack -- beloved companion of more than 16 years! -- is on its last legs. I'd like something that can be equally durable.
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Quote from lucianaf View Post :
How about for bumming around Europe or Asia for 4-5 weeks? Is it sturdy enough to handle that? My last backpack -- beloved companion of more than 16 years! -- is on its last legs. I'd like something that can be equally durable.
what was the size of your last backpack? I dont see any sleeping bags compartments on this model.
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#28
Quote from Abaddon2501 View Post :
I'm going to Europe next summer, I'm in for one.
If you're going backpacking to Europe for over 3 weeks, I recommend getting a better backpack. There might be days when you would walk the whole day with your pack. It must survive the abuse, and it must provide excellent back and shoulder support. 50l is on the low end. 55L-65L should be good.
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#29
Looks like a boat anchor. Good price if you don't need an ultralight pack.
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#30
Wanted to start backpacking..mainly around STL or MO, etc..not many days at a time, and then this pack comes up. Ha.
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