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Kelty Tactical Raven 2500 Backpack
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Looking for a lower-volume communications pack? The Raven 2500, with its square top, has all of the features for the communications guru on a tactical mission.
Packbag Features: Wearer can operate the handset of the Harris 117 and similar sized satellite radios while the radio is being carried in the pack MOLLE on front and side pockets Two zippered side pockets Two small side shove-it pockets One vertical side compression strap for a variety of antennas sizes Front-panel access Large center shovel pocket with drain holes Four side compression straps One vertical compression strap Load compression strap Rain/sand pack cover stows away in zippered pocket Removable pack cover is two tone Coyote Brown pack has black and desert tan raincover Desert Tan pack has black and desert tan raincover Black pack has black raincover Reservoir sleeve Organizer sleeve Security pocket Key clip Zippered mesh pocket Dual zippered pockets Pen and pencil sleeves Internal organizer Single hydration port Top haul handle Antenna and cable port Top KDU access panel with clear window Removable, padded KDU pouch attaches to shoulder straps Elastic keeper for KDU handset attachment
Radio and Battery Holder Features: Removable satellite Radio Holder included (also fits Kelty Falcon and Eagle packs) Elevator strap enables vertical adjustment of satellite radio inside of pack Battery Holder with internal divider accommodates two back-up batteries (also fits Kelty Falcon and Eagle packs) Both Holders are included with the Raven Pack and compatible with the Falcon and Eagle packs
Suspension Features: Adjustable suspension LightBeam aluminum stays HDPE frame sheet Internal Delrin rod retains box shape of pack Breathable backpanel with Spacermesh Two-layer padded waistbelt Three-layer, padded, quick-release shoulder straps Load-lifter straps Sternum strap Belt stabilizers Scherer Cinch (US Pat #5,465,886) waistbelt adjustment Removable waistbelt
Specifications: Weight with radio holder: 6 pounds, 13 ounces Weight without radio holder or battery holder: 5 pounds, 5 ounces Dimensions: 22 by 19 by 14 inches (L x W x H) Volume: 2500 cubic inches Torso Fit Range: 15 to 18 inches Body Fabric: 500D nylon kodra and 1000D nylon kodra
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
- ASIN: B004CKCTMG
- Item model number: 25-TR-COL
23 people found this helpful.
We were looking for a Kelty 3500 for our son who is leaving for Afghanistan in Jan. The 3500 was sold out and would not be back in time for before he leaves so he looked at the 3500. We had it sent to his house, and he received it exactly when he was supposed to. After he took it out he told me it was exactly what he needed. It would be making everything so much easier for him to have a backpack that would hold everything safely. My son talked to a lot of friends that have taken Kelty backpacks to Iraq and Afghanistan 2 and 3 times and they are still in great shape so I knew that I did not want anything less for him. I will post back if he tells me anything else.
best tactical pack iv ever seen
17 people found this helpful.
this pack is amazing it has just enough room to fit all of my hiking gear for Colorado winter and summer together! the fabric is really durable and the packs design is like no other. in side there are 3 frames to give the pack a really supportive feel. it can fit two big hydration blatters but instead i use the set up to hook up my pump water filter and a water bottle so i can purify water quickly into my pack without even having to open it! there are compression stapps all over to keep weight centered. i have 2 rei packs, a 30 and 80 liter and also a 90 liter kelty and a small north face, but this pack is with out a bout my go to pack for ever thing like skiing, hiking, camping, and school. i love this pack!
Excellent, multi-purpose bag!
5 people found this helpful.
I love this bag. It’s extremely comfortable and durable. I generally use it for weekend rucking in the Patapsco area of Maryland. Usually I’ve got a 3l Source hydration pouch and a 25lb brick pack (which I custome fit to the internal radio box), but when I’m not rucking for excersise, I just carry whatever I need. I’ve taken it camping (as a three-day bag), and I’ve used it as a carry-on for weekend trips.
A great "daypack" for outdoorsmen.
This is favorite “day pack”. Kelty’s military line are some of the more quality packs on the market these days. More precisely, the Raven is well builte and comfortable. It was designed to carry a Harris Radio, but as a consumer, you can remove the padding for the radio, therefore opening up the main compartment.
Comfortable, and can carry everything I need for like …
Comfortable, and can carry everything I need for like a week. I use it primarily for photo excursions. Compatible lens bags to hang on the outside, water bladder, MREs and clothes on the inside. Solar charger hanging off it, set of sticks and a tent mounted to it. I. Love. This. Bag.
For a tactical pack this size they did a great job keeping the weight down
If you’re a minimalist, this thing holds a ton. Typical top notch Kelty build. For a tactical pack this size they did a great job keeping the weight down.
One person found this helpful.
Works great! Very versitile pack.
Well the World didn’t END YET
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I am completely satisfied with this backpack. It has plenty of storage space and although it is black and that would be hotter in my locale, it was over half the price of the more wilderness friendly tan and camo ones for some reason. BUT the world didn’t force me into roughing it (yet) and filling it with survival gear and facing zombies. But the night is young! I can’t give it 5 stars because I haven’t put it to the true test of living out of it indefinately. I did take it on a couple of hikes and it was great to be able to carry everyone else’s stuff?!?