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Kelty TraiLogic, Trail Science Just In Time for Spring

| May 4, 2014 | 2 Comments

Have you ever laid out all your camping gear next to your backpack before a trip and snapped a picture just so you can point to it later and say that you fit such a great big assortment of gear in your pack? There’s a certain feeling of satisfaction that comes from having a well organized […]

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Find Some Relaxation Under The Shade of the Kelty Noah’s Tarp

| July 25, 2013 | 0 Comments

ACK Web Developer Jeremy Arntz is one of the company’s most frequent paddlers who is typically found on the water at Austin’s Lake Travis once or twice a week. Recently, he landed a new piece of gear and wanted to share his excitement about it – the Kelty Noah’s Tarp. See what he had to […]

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5 Reasons Why You Won’t Regret Buying a Good Camp Chair

| June 8, 2013 | 2 Comments

Despite camping once or twice a month, I never felt like it was worth investing in a quality camp chair. I had bought a pair of $5 brand-less chairs and had been using the one that hadn’t fully broken down after the first use. That was until I decided to take the plunge and buy […]

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New Tents From Kelty!

| February 23, 2013 | 0 Comments

Kelty has come out with some cool new tents that no longer require tent poles to form the frame of the tent. Instead, you just hook up a double action pump (that is included) and inflate the AirPoles that create the infrastructure of the tent. What is also amazing is that the whole process takes less than […]

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Kelty Cache Box: Keep Electronics Safe

| January 11, 2013 | 0 Comments

Check out the new Cache Box Electronics Storage Boxes from Kelty. They are designed to accommodate everything from iPads and other tablets and e-Readers to smart phones and cameras. Available in three sizes; small, medium and large. The inside of the boxes are filled with straps, dividers and pockets to keep everything organized and secure. While not specifically designed to […]

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Fall 2012 Outfit Your Adventure Gear Giveaway

| October 20, 2012 | 2 Comments

We’d like to officially announce our 2012 Fall Outfit Your Adventure Gear Giveaway to take place on our Facebook page beginning Oct. 22nd! This will be like our previous 2012 Summer Outfit Your Adventure Gear Giveaway but with different prizes fit for fall! Here are the details: Each week for five weeks, visitors that like our Facebook page and fill out […]

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Kelty Helps Beat the Heat

| July 13, 2012 | 0 Comments

Summer marks a time when your water bottle never seems to be quite as full as you’d like and you start to notice that every time you go out to paddle or camp you end up swimming or (gasp) not doing anything at all. While this summer in particular has already brought record breaking temperatures […]

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Backpack Review: Kelty Lakota 65 by Dylan Peeples (ThriftyGear)

| May 6, 2012 | 2 Comments

This post was originally published at http://thriftygearreview.blogspot.com by Dylan Peeples (ThriftyGear Founder). Weekend camping trips are my thing. Sometimes though I would like the flexibility of extending my trip a day or two. I need a backpack that would serve both purposes. I need a backpack that is well constructed, well priced, and larger framed. […]

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Lakota 65 and Angler Pro Paddle In-Depth Reviews

| April 30, 2012 | 4 Comments

We wanted to pass along some very in depth product reviews that we came across recently. The first comes from Thrifty Gear Reviews and is on the Lakota 65 Backpack from Kelty. According to Thrifty, this backpack is great for weekend campers/hikers so take a look if you fit the bill! Read the full review […]

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Garner State Park. Awesome. Colorful. Fantastic.

| February 13, 2012 | 3 Comments

Those are just a few of the words that would describe my weekend camping in Garner State Park back in the fall of 2011. With good friends, gear, and kayaks in tow, we set off for the Hill Country for a gorgeous autumn weekend of camping, paddling and hiking. Although we departed a bit later […]

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