Kelty Red Cloud 110 Review, Pros and Cons

Kelty Red Cloud 110 is rated 4.43 based on 269 reviews


Feature Summary


Kelty Red Cloud 110 Internal Frame Backpack, Forest Night, 17.5 - 21-Inch
  • Torso Fit Range: 17.5" - 21" / 44 - 53 cm
  • Volume: 6590 in¬≥ (110 Liter)
  • Weight: 5lb 13oz / 2.6kg
  • Packed Size: 35" x 19" x 15" / 89x48x38cm
  • Suspension: Adjustable with Cloud lock II Suspension


Reviews Summary


Here’s what the reviewers think about the Kelty Red Cloud 110:

Reviewers like these things about the Kelty Red Cloud 110

  • Most reviewers said that the pack is lightweight and has sturdy stitching.
  • Users said that the frame and waist strap distributes the weight evenly, and comfortably.
  • Many other users said that there is a Lot of room, and packed items are accessible at different levels.
  • Some other said that it can fit a beer keg sideways which makes packing, and weight distribution so much more organized.
  • Reviewers said that it is perfect for long hikes or pack mules.
  • Many other reviewers said that it has a lot of pockets and compartments.
  • Users also love the packets on the belt.
  • They commented that the top pocket unzips and transfers to handy cross backpack.
  • One great feature mentioned by many users is that there’s an outside pouch you can stick a hydration bladder in.
  • They said that the backpack feels as good in their hands and on their back.

Reviewers don’t like these things

  • One user complained that not often, but in the right pose it can feel like a barrel.
  • Some users complained that the shoulder strap tore out early.

Selected Reviews


Backcountry Skiing Canada

Overall, The Redcloud 80 is a great pack for travelling. It has several pockets to keep things organized, it has three access points to prevent having to pull everything out of your pack and the lid becomes a lumbar pack for tourist days or short hikes.

Posted 13 February 2013 by Jenny – Read full review


Backpack Gear Test

The pack is very tough and fits the body very well. It is comfortable carry at an reasonable price tag. The only disadvantage is that the pack is little heavy considered to other packs in the same range.

Posted 15 December 2009 by Chad Poindexter – Read full review



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