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Kelty Shadow Reviews Summary and Buyer's Guide

Last updated July 3, 2019


We have checked a few reviews and found 16 reasons to buy the Shadow - and 1 reasons NOT to buy it.

Check all the pros and cons here.



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Reviews Summary


Here's what the reviewers think about the Kelty Shadow:

Reviewers like these things about the Kelty Shadow

  • Some users thought the sleeping bag compartment was well constructed.
  • One user said laud the presence of a legitimate barrier between the compartment and main compartment for organization.
  • Some users are happy with the detachable top feature that doubles as a day bag.
  • Some reviewers find it both functional and comfortable.
  • A number of users like the presence of multiple pockets so that everything doesn't have to be lumped in the main compartment.
  • A number of owners find it extremely comfortable and highly customizable for their needs.
  • The grab loops and gear loops all over made trying to lift the packs out of a canoe in water and off the ground in general so much easier as observed by some users.
  • Some users thought the little stash pockets all over are awesome for the little items like bug spray, sunscreen, knife, etc.
  • A number of users thought the exterior pockets make access and organization easy.
  • Many hikers thought that its lightweight construction and great fit made the pack a great asset on the trail.
  • Some users find its fabric durable and quite resistant to tearing.
  • One user said that its exceptionally light weight fabric, comfortable straps, and right number of external pockets make this just about the perfect pack.
  • A number of hikers thought the compression straps are well-placed, and the mesh panel and side pockets are great catch-alls.
  • Others find the small zip internal pocket in the top lid useful for keys and other small items.
  • One user was so amazed with how its light fabric came surprisingly strong and abrasion resistant, showed no signs of wear after being dragged through, over and under rocks and gravel for 4 days.
  • Others appreciate the hip belt for being completely removable, instead of being sewn onto the pack, so they can replace it along with the shoulder straps if they wear out.

Reviewers don't like these things

  • Some users said one of the pockets ripped open after the second use.



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Last updated on July 03, 2019