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Leaving only the essentials makes this backpack multi-functional and very light. No fancy features, just what is needed in the field. The backpack is designed to be simple and lightweight but yet remain functional to support the activities while exploring the outdoors. The straps on the outside allow for carrying odd shaped gear (skis, skateboard, poles, ice-axes). In combination with the coloured-ordinated perfect fit stuff sacks, you will never have to look for your gear again because it is all neatly organised.

Stuff sacks

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Simple and light weight. These colourful stuff sacks help to organise your gear while keeping them dry and contained. At the end of the day you just empty the backpack, look for the green sack for pitching the tent or the yellow one to start making dinner. Neatly organised so you will never lose items again.

For example:

Yellow = kitchen gear

Orange = clothing

Red = sleeping gear

Green = tent

Blue = other stuff

Read more about packing here: click.




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Designed to be small and light. The combination of the fork, spoon and knife without losing function or ergonomics. The perfect tool for the food you eat on the trails.

Now available in the Kelly Kettle webshop.



Sleeping bag

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A duvet with a footbox, known as a quilt. The comfort zone lies between 0 to 10*C. This minimalist design is made using ultra light  and water-repellent nylon. The quilt is filled with 850 quin down and weighs less than 650 grams and compresses down to the size of a shoe. The orange inner liner is a fitted-sheet combo that can be attached to the sleeping mat.


*on the photo the sleeping bag is upside down.

Duffle bag </prototype>

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Simple two-sided roll-top made of Tyvek with handles and straps on the side.  Shown here is the prototypes that has been tested on for instance the Silk Road motorbike trip and various trips where we had to cross by plane.

Backpack  </prototype>

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Shown here is one of the prototypes that have been tested on for instance the Silk Road motorbike trip and various hiking trips. 

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