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A sized-down version of Kelty's best-selling Redwing with all the features and organization needed for around-town travel or a day on the trail. With a full-access U-zipper, the Redwing 32 works both as a top-loader and a panel loader, adding convenience to any adventure. The multi-purpose padded sleeve will protect sensitive items and also doubles as a hydration sleeve. Water bottle pockets and zippered side pockets keep everything you need organized and easy to get to. HDPE frame sheet makes up the frame while the dynamic airflow back panel and AirMesh shoulder straps and lumbar pad keep the ventilation going. Waist belt can be tucked away when not in use. This pack is small but mighty.

Features

  • Dual side pockets
  • Front pocket with organization
  • Front Stash pocket with closure hook
  • Top stash pocket
  • Side compression straps
  • Water bottle pockets
  • Dual use Laptop / Hydration Sleeve
  • Hide-Away Daisy Chain and Handle
  • Ice axe/trekking pole loops
  • Key fob
  • HDPE frame sheet
  • Hex Mesh back panel, shoulder straps and waist belt
  • Padded and ventilating back panel
  • Sternum strap
  • Load lifter straps
  • Hide-away airmesh waistbelt

Specifications

  • Volume: 1950 in3 / 32 L
  • Frame Type:  Internal
  • Weight:  2 lbs / .9 kg
  • Torso Fit Range:  One Size
  • Dimensions: 22 x 14 x 11 in / 56 x 36 x 28 cm

Materials

Body Fabric: 
Poly 420D Small Back Stafford

Reinforcement Fabric: 
Poly 75x150D Tasser Coal

Frame Material: 
HDPE

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Gender: Unisex
Volume: 20L - 39L
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  1. Great all around pack

    This is a great pack for daily commuting and for day hikes. Fits well and has a nice selection of internal and external pockets for lots of storage options. on Sep 7th 2018

  2. Prop 65 warning, company doesn't provide enough info

    I received this product a few weeks ago, and it has all the features I was looking for in a pack. Unfortunately, the tag has a Prop 65 warning on it, meaning it contains one of the many of chemicals known to the state of California to be carcinogenic or to cause birth defects. While I realize that these warnings are on TONS of products, the Kelty website offers no information on the specifics -- which chemicals are in their products, the quantities, in which part of the bag they are located, and how those chemicals could leach out of the product. I did a ton of research, and even emailed Kelty to ask for more specifics; they just directed me to their generic Prop 65 info page, which gives consumers none of the information necessary to adequately assess their risk when using these products. Clearly, the bottom line matters more than the safety of their products, or the consumer's well-being. Capitalism at its finest. Other than that, the bag has held up to a few weeks' wear as a commuter pack, and the only other problems I can foresee are a slight sticking of one of the zippers, and the durability of the front grab handle, which I wouldn't use. on Aug 10th 2018

  3. Don't waste your money

    Highly disappointed. My pack lasted about 1 year of regular use. It began to tear in several places on the front panel of the pack. Within a week of it beginning to tear, I had several large holes. I called customer service who infor.ed me that of I sent it back (my expense), their sewing machines most likely would not be able to fix it because it's not on a seam. I asked if he could just replace it and he said no because it looked dirty (really wasn't) and the pack isn't intended to be heavy duty. Get yourself a 5.11 or north face. This pack sucks. on Aug 6th 2018

  4. Almost perfect

    Pros:
    -Space: more than enough for a mid-sized bag. Plenty of organization options.
    -Comfort: rides well. I tend to use it as an edc/daily bag and leave the upper portions empty to pick up things throughout the day I need at home. Even when not packed "properly" it rides well on my body.
    -Nice and cool. There is no escaping the heat of carrying and hiking with a pack. But the harness has been better than anything else I've had a chance to carry in this price range.
    -Tough anchor points/handles.

    Cons:
    -Zippers tend to need two hand to use properly. Having a mid-sized bag usually also means "on the fly". Having to remove the bag to access (the main compartment} or zip the satellite pockets back up seems to defeat their purpose. While not a killer problem, it is just something I'm not used to have to doing with this sized pack.
    -The side mesh pockets tend to lose hold of water bottles. I've had to pick mine up regularly after putting the pack down/leaning it repeatedly.

    Requests:
    -Rain Cover
    -Whistle on chest buckle
    -Small mesh pockets on either the belt harness or shoulder straps
    -At least one side fully zips down for full access to the main compartment.
    -Middle (or optional) pocket was a touch deeper or expanding. Not much room for anything in there.
    -A more secure side mesh pocket for water bottles.
    -One hidden pocket on either the bottom or back of the pack for valuables.

    These are minor setbacks in what has been amounting to an excellent pack for the intentions I bought it for. Love it and I hope to see it evolve!
    on Jul 28th 2018

  5. Don't get this if you are expecting similar build quality to the kelty redwing 50

    I got this bag for day use and minimalist weekend trips. Staying loyal to the great company that provided my Coyote 80 (that got me all around an outdoors focused Europe trip and sections of the Pacific Crest Trail) and my Redwing 50 which I use for longer several day trips etc. I was disappointed to see that this identical bag in the redwing line is not made with the same thickness material. It doesn't look flimsy but clearly thinner and not as robust as the Redwing 50. I'm not sure how this will hold up in the long term. on Jul 23rd 2018

  6. Great for photographers

    I own both the Redwing 32 and 44. Just bought the 32 to go along with the 44 that I recently took on a trip to Yosemite. Unhappy with backpacks designed specifically for photographers that are either uncomfortable or did not offer a good place to carry a decent-sized tripod, I decided to buy a regular backpack and carry my photo gear in Tenba inserts inside the pack. These backpacks fit the bill wonderfully.

    The pass through pockets on the sides of these Redwing backpacks are perfect for holding a tripod and securing it snugly, even if it does hang on one side of the backpack and not the middle and so doesn't distribute the weight of the tripod quite evenly. But since I've yet to come across a backpack that's this comfortable and does hold a tripod in the middle, these Redwing backpacks are the next best thing.
    on Jul 16th 2018

  7. Redwing 32 Review

    Have not had enough time to really put this pack to the test, but did take an excursion via train from Philadelphia to Brooklyn, NY and marveled at the design and structure of the pack - was able to bring quite an assortment of things which all fit easily. I had quick access to laptop and book, etc. Really see that Kelty designers earn their wages - really great product. Planning day hikes and trips as I write this .... on Jun 25th 2018

  8. Great Features, But Not for Plus-Size People

    I absolutely love the features and quality of the pack. It can hold all the necessary items for doing field work or even a 2 day hike out. The only issue I have is that the waist belt/strap is too short. If the straps are important to you, then only order this pack if you are below size 16. Although the size is subjective, it's meant to give a ballpark for judging if it's a good fit for you. I am going to see if I can get extenders as this was one of the selling points for me. The area inside the pack for hydration is ideal for carrying tablets and other flat field collecting devices. All of the design features are intuitive and well-timed. I would consider this a perfect and versatile backpack. on Jun 16th 2018

  9. Perfect pack for daily use

    This pack has all the features I could ask for at a perfect size for my daily use backpack. Love that it comes in black so it can go with everything I might want to wear. Have yet to use it for any hikes, but I know it will exceed my expectations. Great frame, works well for my back. So light too! Looking forward to many years of use. on Mar 19th 2018

  10. Lumbar support

    Hiked 5 miles with the Redwing 32. Carried a 3 liter bladder, 2 sports water bottle with electrolytes and snacks. Had enough room for an additional layer, rain jacket, and first aid kit. Key stayed snug with key clip. My cell phone fit in one of the side pockets which was easy to grab to take pictures or look at GPS app. Took the Redwing 32 hiking in the snow. Hiking poles fit nicely in the bottom loops. I would highly recommend this day pack. Love the color, too. on Feb 22nd 2018

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