- Forest 1 of 4
- Port 2 of 4
- Back view (Forest) 3 of 4
- Back view (Port) 4 of 4
- Air-mesh shoulder straps contour to your body for a comfortable fit and to help eliminate chafing or rubbing
- HDPE-reinforced hipbelt helps evens out pressure against your hips, providing comfortable load support
- Sternum strap, load-lifter straps and belt stabilizers help balance the load; pulleylike Scherer Cinch™ doubles hipbelt tightening force
- Rip-and-stick adjustment allows the shoulder straps to easily slide up and down on the pack's frame to fit torsos of various lengths
- Ventilated and padded back panel offers breathability and comfort
- Lightbeam™ II stays attach to the hipbelt for direct load transfer; center anti-barreling stay keeps the back panel flat even when the pack is overloaded
- HDPE framesheet adds load support, stability and shock absorption
- Top-loading design features front zippered access, making it easy to reach all corners of the pack
- Main compartment features a sleeve for a hydration reservoir and drinking tube ports on lid (reservoir sold separately)
- Removable, floating top lid converts to a lumbar pack for forays away from base camp
- 2 spacious zippered side pockets, 2 mesh water bottle pockets and a large zippered front pocket with organizer keep all of your often-used essentials handy
- Daisy chain and ice-axe loop let you lash trekking poles or tools to the outside of the pack
- Side compression straps help secure and stabilize the load
- The Kelty Coyote 80 pack is made of durable 420-denier polyester reinforced with 420-denier polyester oxford
|Backpack style||Lightweight backpack|
|Gear capacity (L)||77 / 80 liter|
|Gear capacity (cu. in.)||4,700 / 4,900 cubic inches|
|Weight||5 lbs. 3 oz. / 5 lbs. 5 oz.|
|Weight - metric||2.3 / 2.4 kilograms|
|Fits waist/hips||28 - 50 inches / 28 - 50 inches|
|Number of stays||2|
|Pack access||Top / front|
|Number of exterior pockets||8 + main compartment|
|Fits torso||14.5 - 18.5 inches / 17.5 - 21 inches|
|Material(s)||Ripstop polyester/polyester oxford|
|Suspended mesh back panel||No|
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Jul 29, 2014INCREDIBLE BackpackI purchased the Kelty Coyote 80 M/L in green, and I just couldn't wait to take it out on it's first adventure. After a trip through Desolation Wilderness, I just couldn't be happier with my ...
Read More I purchased the Kelty Coyote 80 M/L in green, and I just couldn't wait to take it out on it's first adventure. After a trip through Desolation Wilderness, I just couldn't be happier with my purchase. This being an upgrade from my first pack, I knew exactly what I wanted in a bag, and the Kelty Coyote has seriously delivered in every detail. First and foremost, comfort is critical. This is an 80L bag, and if you're carrying a lot of gear, you need your bag to be comfortable. You're going to love the comfort benefits of the Kelty. The padding of the shoulder straps, back, tail and hips are top notch. The adjustable torso is easy to fit and it ventilates incredibly well. The structure of the support beams along the back do not rub against your body, and they keep the pack extremely stable. Scrambling and climbing off trail on huge boulders with this pack made me a believer. Second, there is so much room in this bag, and it offers so many pockets and straps to store and latch items. The side mesh pockets are huge and VERY easy to access while the pack is on my back. On one side, I had a 32oz Nalgene, a rolled-up pair of wet swim trunks, and a hat! I was able to reach around and grab any of them without any fuss. The two hip belt pockets are actually large enough to be usable. I was able to place food bars in one, and my sun glasses and flashlight in the other. I also love the space between the main body and the side pockets, which act as a sleeve for long awkward items like ice axes, rifles, fishing rods, hiking poles, etc. The list of usability benefits just goes on and on. Yes, I will concede that there are some lighter bags out there. But will they have just as many pockets, straps, space, and usability features? Nope. And not for the price of the Kelty! I will gladly carry an extra half pound for a bag of this quality. You will not be disappointed! Get this bag.
Apr 28, 2014Fits very wellI bought this pack several weeks ago and have taken it on several short backpacking trips. I have a large frame and this packs fits very well. I truly enjoyed it. The only thing I would chan...
Read More I bought this pack several weeks ago and have taken it on several short backpacking trips. I have a large frame and this packs fits very well. I truly enjoyed it. The only thing I would change is a zipper to a sleeping bag compartment.
Apr 25, 2014Good packI own other Kelty products, so I can compare. This pack is spacious in the main compartment. Enough to hold gear and food for a week. The pack is comfortable to a point. I wish the lower bac...
Read More I own other Kelty products, so I can compare. This pack is spacious in the main compartment. Enough to hold gear and food for a week. The pack is comfortable to a point. I wish the lower back bad was wider. The front main pocket is really not great for organizing small gear items, I use pouches to hold my small items. The pouches fit just fine in there. I really like the side pockets and their flow through design. I put my fishing pole and tent poles there. The hip belt pockets are weak at best. The Redwing has molle straps instead of pockets. I prefer that style cause I put usable pouches there. The pack is light weight and durable. It was a little difficult to adjust it to my frame, but once you get it, it feels nice. I would recommend this pack for its pocket storage and it's cost value. You get a lot of pack for the price.
Apr 12, 2014Good pack for the priceThis is my first pack I'm very happy with it, the pack has lots of compartments so you can get everything organize lots of room in the main compartment I am able to pack my north face wintum...
Read More This is my first pack I'm very happy with it, the pack has lots of compartments so you can get everything organize lots of room in the main compartment I am able to pack my north face wintum sleeping bag which is a very large 6 pound sleeping bag and still have plenty of room for everything else the only thing I which it was different about this pack are the buckles they are not very strong but over all this is still a good pack
Apr 4, 2014Disappointed by Kelty.Had this pack for a year and a half and after the first 3-4 months I had very bothersome problems. The right strap started tearing off, both side pockets shredded and multiple buckles broke....
Read More Had this pack for a year and a half and after the first 3-4 months I had very bothersome problems. The right strap started tearing off, both side pockets shredded and multiple buckles broke. First time buying a Kelty pack do not have much trust in the brand anymore.
Dec 26, 2013A trooper of a pack.I've been using this pack for several months now. I have to admit that it is my first. But nonetheless, I have done a few 20+ mile hikes with it and even though it is a bit heavy I tend to a...
Read More I've been using this pack for several months now. I have to admit that it is my first. But nonetheless, I have done a few 20+ mile hikes with it and even though it is a bit heavy I tend to average about three miles per hour. I personally value its durability even though that means that it is heavier. I do a lot of back country camping/climbing which puts this pack in several rough situations which it has proven strong enough for. My coyote's base weight right now is about twenty seven pounds. Once again, I am not an ultra light backpacker, I am a poor one. And to any other adventurers with tight budgets like myself, this backpack is just practical. It's cheap for it's capacity, and it's durable which means it will be longer before you need to buy another.
Dec 5, 2013Best pack everBackpacking
Nov 18, 2013This pack is what we needed.This was a gift I gave my son for a trip to Ireland