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Arc'teryx - Kea 45 - Touring backpack

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Attributes & features
Touring backpack
Recommended use:
Climbing; Trekking; Ski touring
43 l (short); 45 l (regular); 47 l (tall)
420D Cordura (100% polyamide)
Carry system:
EV50 foam back padding; V-shaped 6061 aluminum stays; anatomical shoulder straps
Hydration system:
Additional compartments:
Lid compartment (detachable lid); Mesh pockets on hip belt; Kangaroo pocket
1.65 kg (short); 1.7 kg (regular); 1.75 kg (tall)
Ice tool holder; Compression straps
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Product description
Whether you're spending the weekend traversing rocky trails, ascending icy falls, or taking laps through backcountry snow fields, carry the necessary equipment in the Arc'teryx Kea 45 Backpack. This top-loading, heavy-duty pack comes in three sizes so that you can get the right fit to comfortably carry all the gear you need for an overnight adventure in the wild.
  • HDFB (high-density foam back) suspension ensures a precision fit and comfortable carry
  • Twin aluminum M-bar stays provide support and structure with minimal weight penalty
  • Ergonomic thermoformed hip-belt and dual density shoulder straps ensure comfort over long distances
  • Top-loading design with a grab handle allows for organized packing and easy unloading
  • Extendable collar with a drawcord increases pack volume by nearly 200 cubic inches for big loads
  • High denier Cordura fabrics with a silicone coating provide exceptional durability and weather resistance
  • Padded bottom increases durability and maintains pack shape
  • Hydration compatible with a Hydroport and Hydro tube clip for convenient thirst quenching (reservoir not included)
  • Dual zippered pockets in the top lid provide quick access to small essentials
  • Front kangaroo pocket with top compression strap includes internal stealth pocket to secure small, important items
  • Side compression straps allow you to securely carry skis in an A-frame configuration
  • Dual P'ax attachments secure ice tools when not in use

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| Berlin


6 monate trage ich, finde ich gut

  • Advantages
    Comfortable to carry
    Good adjustment options

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| Dresden

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by Carsten helpful

Den Rucksack kann ich in schwarz nicht empfehlen.

Sehr unpraktisch in fast allen Details. Die 2. Tasche vor dem Hauptfach ist sowas von unpraktisch, macht man das Hauptfach voll, pasts nix in die Kängaruhtasche. Macht man was in die K.T. geht der Rucksack schlecht zu.

Das schwarze Modell ist innen so dunkel, das man Kleinteile nur noch mit Taschenlampe findet.

Es gab noch viel weitere Sachen, die ich bemängeln könnte, aber Rucksäcke wie diesen kann ich nicht wirklich empfehlen.

Ich habe das Gefühl das Produkt wurde nie außerhalb der Werkstätte getestet.

  • Advantages
    Comfortable to carry

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Question from Egon | Ebensee
Welche Unterschiede hat der Kea zum abgebildeten Kata ?

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Janpeter | Tübingen
12.03.2015 17:13

Hallo Egon,

es gibt keinen Unterschied. Arc'teryx hat den Namen vor einiger Zeit von Kata auf Kea umgestellt. Ich habe die Rucksäcke hier gerade beide vor mir, bis auf den Namenszug sind beide absolut identisch.

Viele Grüße von den Bergfreunden,

Egon | Ebensee
12.03.2015 18:49

Danke !
Der Kea verfügt nur über einen Zugang zum Hauptfach wenn ich das richtig verstanden habe ?

Janpeter | Tübingen
13.03.2015 08:00

genau - vom Frontfach gibt es keine weitere Öffnung zum Hauptfach, an dieses kommst Du nur von oben.

Viele Grüße

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