The Kelty Red Cloud 6650 is a cavernous 109 liter…
17 January 2013
Summary: The Kelty Red Cloud 6650 is a cavernous 109 liter pack ready to swallow up anything you want to put into it. Weighing 6lbs, the Red Cloud 6650 is best used for those needing a lot of pack space and not worrying about the weight. Expeditions, base campers and those carrying extra gear are users that come to mind. Although this Kelty model is officially discontinued, it lives on in the Red Cloud 110.
I have owned my pack for over a year and I never leave…
20 July 2010
Excerpt: I have owned my pack for over a year and I never leave home without it. I have hiked on trail and not on trail, I have climbed rock faces, I have never had a problem with the pack. It has plenty of room and its hydration compatibility is a major bonus. The weight is well balanced and stays close to your body. I would recommend this pack to anyone who wants to do multi-day treks on/off trial and might have to do some climbing.
Overall this pack can carry the largest load you could…
28 April 2008
Excerpt: Overall this pack can carry the largest load you could possibly carry. I carried over 90 lbs of gear and tools to stake a remote property in Alaska. On the first trip I had a chainsaw strapped to the side of this pack. The pack's internal aluminum frame bars needed constant tweaking and adjustments due to pressure points on my back. The zipper on one of the large side pockets didn't hold together and lost some gear during the hike home.
I love this pack. I am a large guy in two directions…
29 October 2006
Excerpt: I love this pack. I am a large guy in two directions and this pack fits me all the way around. I like the way it adjusts to the curves of my back and is able to adjust up and down to keep the lumbar pad in the lumbar area of my back. It is a big pack. I like big. However, I do carry too much gear because it is big. My sleeping pad is 30 inches wide and I get the whole pad inside this bag.
Being a Cub Scout Den Leader with two young sons of…
17 March 2006
Excerpt: Being a Cub Scout Den Leader with two young sons of my own, I needed a massive load-hauler, even for overnights -- call me the "pack mule." The price of this pack was unbeatable--I found it on-line for sale at $140 delivered. It is loaded with features and can carry everything I need for my Den -- food, cooking gear, tent(s), first aid kit, etc., etc., etc. Pretty comfortable even with a giant load. Extremely adjustable suspension.
Excerpt: For the money, this pack is an exceptional value. It has all the bells and whistles of more expensive packs and is very adjustable to create a custom fit. I've had it up to 46 pounds now on mountain hikes and it is very comfortable. At 6650 cu.in., it has the capacity to carry about anything and has a number of pockets to divide the gear. Very happy with my purchase.