- Room for everything. Particularly like the bottom compartment
- Shoulders can hurt a bit if it's too heavy.
|Value for money|
Published on: 04 June 2015
For weekends under canvas or extended trips without all your camping gear, the Kestrel 58 makes a great lightweight backpacking sack.
The Kestrel's Airscape back is available in two different back lengths, each of which is adjustable for a fine tuned fit, to ensure a comfortable carry. Various pockets on the lid, the body of the bag and on the hipbelt keep everything where you need it while compression straps, removable sleeping pad straps, pole/axe loops and the innovative Stow-On-The-Go system take care of the bits and pieces which won't quite go inside!
Whether you're camping in Scotland or backpacking in the tropics, the integrated raincover will come in handy!
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