14'r | Kifaru International



(11 customer reviews)
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The Colorado Rocky Mountains have more 14,000 foot peaks than all the other states combined. Therefore, naming a pack that would be perfect for summiting these amazing peaks “the 14’r” seemed like a perfect fit.

The 14’r was designed with fast access and comfort while moving in mind. With a bag size of 2,400 cubic inches and a full length zipper down the front panel, there’s nothing you can’t get to within seconds. The suspension allows for much more freedom of movement when climbing, drawing a bow or sliding a rifle.

Whether you’re a hunter, backpacker, photographer or outdoor enthusiast, the 14’r offers just about everything you need, including the option of attaching our modular pockets if more space is required.

14’r Specs/Features:
Weight: 3lbs 13oz
Volume: 2,400 ci/39.3 liter main bag
Access: Top and front center zip
– Main bag: 12″ wide x 6″ deep x 24″ tall
– Top opening circumference: 23″

Pack exterior features
– Zippered top lid pocket
– Multiple tab loops for exterior pocket placement
– Precision lift
– Two side compression straps
– Two bottom compression straps
– Soft torso pad with ventilation
– 500d DWR coated fabric
– Removable belt

Pack interior features:
– Two interior sleeve compartments
– Water bladder sleeve w/ hose port
– Water bladder hanger
– Chamber pocket
– 23″ internal stays (choice of: composite, aluminum, or carbon arrows)


11 reviews for 14’r

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  1. Jeremiah Johnson

    I’ve been running the 14’r since last Spring and have found that I end up using this pack almost exclusively (I have several Kifaru packs and a few from MR). I usually carry a tripod inside the main compartment, first aid kit and survival essentials/kill kit in the inside long pockets and then carry a jacket, extra thermal layer and my camera gear inside the center/main cavity of the pack. The top lid pocket is large enough for some food and other items that I want quick access to. And 9/10 times I make use of the internal hydration bladder pocket as well. I’ve used it as a carry-on bag while traveling a few times, which it worked great for. The suspension is very comfortable and has enough load lift to make a moderately heavy load comfortable to carry a short distance (like the first trip out of the woods, with an elk quarter). It’s just a great, rugged pack; that’s perfect for a day trip into the hills, with enough room for overnight gear if needed. I’d recommend this pack to anyone.

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  2. Anonymous

    I’ve had this pack for only a couple of months now. I got it as a replacement EDC bag to my Kelly Redwing 2900 – which is a front loader with side pouches and 2 front organizer pouches. The 14r is smaller without those organizer pouch features – or so you may think… This pack comes with a fairly room zip lid pocket. In also has a zip net pouch under the lid. Additionally- the pack has a hanging chamber pocket inside – so small items are organized almost as well as my old Kelty. The water bladder pocket inside also doubles as an internal organizer. There are two vertical deep pockets inside for additional organization – but there is something creative about them… They’re only accessible from the top lid. So for example, if you’re reaching for junk through the long front zipper while the pack is vertical (or being worn) – stuff packed into the deep internal pockets will not spill out and only gear in the main cavity will be accessible. If you’re using this pack for urban sightseeing – I recommend using some clip links, or travel padlock to keep the main zipper closed, and keep the obvious thieves at bay while your in a crowd. There will be no stopping the real pros however – no matter want brand / style of pack you get. So this pack does for me everything my old kelty redwing did in a more compressible package, but if I did need the extra room – I purchased the two spotting scope pockets which would enlarge this pack from 2400ci to about 3600ci. That’s about 700ci more that the kelty…

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  3. Sean Turner

    I use this pack for work (Powerline construction) to haul water, lunch, snacks, rain gear, Yeti, first aid, beacon, possibles, Poseidon battery pack, and I can still strap my climbing gear and tools to it using the compression straps.

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  4. Brazos

    Wanted a small bag that I could use for day trips. This bag is perfect for hikes, travel and short strips if you don’t plan on packing in the kitchen sink. I also use this bag as my gym bag or carry on when traveling.

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  5. Edgar Spielman

    Great build quality and attention to detail. Added two spotting scope pockets and small pouches to waist belt for a 25 mile, multi-day hike in Big Bend. The bag reached its limit for me at around 45 pounds. Above that and you start dealing with constant strap adjustments and internal debates of “mind over matter.”

    That being said, I think its pretty clear that Kifaru didn’t make this bag for heavy load outs. In normal/regular use (i.e. duck/deer day hunts, overnight kayak trips, and the occasional overnight or two day trip with the kiddos on local trails) its hands down the best day bag (with options for slightly longer) I’ve ever owned. Highly recommend (with limits).

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