External Frame Backpacks Combine Kid Specific Sizing with Adult Features!

External Frame Backpacks are perfect for introducing youngsters to multiday backpacking and overnight trips.

Kelty Jr. Tioga 34 External Frame Backpacks - Kids'

Kelty Jr. Tioga 34 External Frame Pack - Kids', external frame backpacks

Backpack Features

  • Fits most kids ages 5-13, adjustable suspension
  • Sternum strap adds comfort and stability; Ventilated back panel, hipbelt and shoulder straps evenly distribute the load and offer breathability
  • Padded hipbelt includes stabilizer straps to help keep the pack anchored to the hips and is removable
  • A zippered top pocket, three zippered side pockets and top loading, large main compartment organize gear
  • Hold open bar makes unloading and loading easy
  • Drink tube exit port and reservoir sleeve (reservoir sold separately) allow on the go hydration
  • The Kelty Jr. Tioga 34 pack is reinforced with oxford polyester and made with durable, 420 denier ripstop

Backpack is Imported.

Item No. 811552

Kelty Jr. Tioga 34 External Frame
Backpack - Kids' Specifications

Best use: Hiking or Backpacking

External Frame type

Deluxe backpack style

Not ultralight

Volume: 34 liters, 2,050 cubic inches

Average weight: 1.5 kilograms; 3 pounds, 6 ounces

Adjustable torso

Fits torso: 9 to 14 inches

Fits hips/waist: 18 to 30 inches

Fabric: Oxford polyester and ripstop

Aluminum alloy frame

Suspended mesh back panel

Top pack access and loading

Main compartment + 4 exterior pockets

No sleeping bag compartment

No raincover included

Gender: Kids'


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