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$198.95 at Backcountry

The sweet spot can be a hard place to find, but Gregory nailed it with the Amber 60 Women's Backpack. As the middle child of the A...mber family, the 60 is perfect for three- or four-day treks, winter overnights, or hostel trips, with over 3600 cubic inches of space and the ability to comfortably carry up to 45 pounds. The comfortable weight bearing capability is courtesy of the TrailFlex wishbone suspension, which uses a lightweight internal spring steel frame to distribute weight evenly and a padded TrailFit adjustable hip belt to take some of the pressure off your back and shoulders. This lets you load the Amber up without sacrificing mobility, so you can tackle tough trails and technical terrain without feeling like you're about to topple over backwards. Comfort isn't any good without all the necessary features, and Gregory has managed to squeeze them all in without making things overly complicated or confusing. The lid has three secure pockets to hold important items and is removable if you're looking to lighten your load. There's a detachable SideTrack daypack as well, which doubles as a hanging reservoir sleeve when it's inside the Amber. Front, side, and hip pockets hold layers, snacks, maps, and phones, and the stowable rain cover ensures the whole shebang will stay dry if you get caught in a shower. Stash your trekking poles or ice axes using the carrying system, strap extra gear on via the side and bottom compression straps, and even attach portable solar panels to the back using the daisy chain loops, so you can keep your camera and phone charged up as you go. Read More

Gregory
$218.95 at Backcountry

There aren't many surprises with the Gregory Stout 75 Backpack, and that's a good thing. Sure, there are some sneaky extra pockets..., hidden features, and a no-way-you'd-expect-that level of comfort, but mostly the Stout is just a comfortable, rugged gear hauler for all your long backcountry missions. It starts with the TrailFlex wishbone suspension, which uses a flexible backpanel and spring steel internal frame to carry loads of up to 55 pounds without discomfort. That's backed up by Gregory's TrailFit hip belt, which is fully adjustable so your hips, shoulders, and back can share the load as evenly as possible. The Stout carries like a champ, but it also has a series of smartly designed features that make trail life a little smoother, like a stow-away rain cover and removable lid that keep your gear dry and lighten your load, respectively. Top and bottom access make it easy to get at gear in different parts of your pack, and front, side, and hip belt pockets keep snacks, layers, maps, and phones accessible. If you're going for the summit, pull out the detachable SideTrack daypack to go extra-light (the SideTrack doubles as a hanging reservoir sleeve when it's inside the Stout). Gregory also built in loops to carry trekking poles and ice axes, compression straps for extra gear or sleeping pads, and a series of daisy chain loops that are designed to carry portable solar panels but work as lash points for whatever other essential gear you decide to bring. Read More

Gregory
$84.95 at Backcountry

Run like an antelope out of control thanks to the hydration-compatible Gregory Miwok 12 Daypack and its BioSync suspension system.... This compact hydration-pack has just enough room for your water, a shell, and fuel for a quick summit or a bike ride. Zippered external access to the hydration sleeve enables you to fill a two-liter bladder (sold separately) with ease, and the tube management system keeps the water close as you run like an animal through the wild. The breathable, mesh-lined straps and back panel prevent overheating, and the BioSync suspension system helps the pack move with you as you cruise through the mountains. Read More

Gregory
$298.95 at Backcountry

At once fully featured and streamlined, the Gregory Baltoro 65 Backpack is a versatile weekender pack that will have you crushing ...the miles in serious comfort. With nearly 4000 cubic inches of gear-toting capacity, it has plenty of room for all your stuff, provided you don't plan on bringing a generator or 16 different fleeces with you. A hyper-adjustable Response AFS suspension provides a comfortable, personalized ride. Both the pre-curved Auto-Cant harness and EVA foam Auto-Fit hip belt pivot independently to conform to your body and keep you balanced on tough terrain, and the single aluminum stay provides lightweight structure and helps distribute weight evenly across your back, hips, and shoulders. The Baltoro's fit and carry are what set it apart, but it's also optimized to hold three days worth of backpacking gear and adapt to the demands of your trip. The removable lid has two pockets and doubles as a lumbar pack if you're going on short base camp explorations or summit hikes, and the pockets on the front, side, and hip belt keep layers, snacks, maps, and other essentials where you can reach them. Gregory also built in a hideaway water bottle pocket on the side of the pack and included a hydration-compatible sleeve with multiple easy-to-feed hose ports. A series of lash points, loops, and compression straps hold everything from trekking poles to ice axes to that sweet stick you just found, and the DWR-coated water-resistant zippers and reinforced bottom help stop the elements from messing up your weekend. Read More

Gregory
$198.95 at Backcountry

Rugged, lightweight durability and the breathable CrossFlo suspension system give the Gregory Z55 Backpack the edge over other pac...ks that claim to perform great in warmer climates. But, with a removable top lid and both side and bottom compression straps, the Z55 works well any time of year, for alpine climbing as well as weekend trips to the local statepark. With a recommended load capacity of 40 pounds, the Z55 is perfect for everything from overnighters to extended weekend hikes. Gregory's CrossFlo suspension system is strong, simple, and lightweight. It also provides cooling airflow across your back to pull moisture and heat away. At the heart of the system is the wire X-Frame, which provides effective load transfer straight to your lumbar region and padded waist belt, where it can be carried most efficiently. The dynamic Yoke integrates the shoulder harness directly into the X-Frame, activating the suspension as the weight increases to balance the frame's flexibility. The back panel is made with a moisture-wicking, breathable mesh to transfer heat and moisture away from your body. To cool you even further, the hip belt and shoulder straps are made from ventilated EVA foam. Access to the Z55's main compartment is made easy with a large, U-shaped zippered opening, as well as a quick-draw top closure. A large zippered front pocket provides convenient storage for items that you'll need to get to through the course of your hike, such as lunch and rain gear. The pack also provides quick access to small items with dual waist belt pockets and a large dump pocket on the front of the pack. In addition, a highly water-resistant top pocket with a waterproof zipper and sealed seams, in combination with an integrated rain cover, keeps your gear safe and dry when an unexpected storm pops up. Read More

Gregory
$128.95 $77.37 at Backcountry

Ideally suited for moving quickly over rough terrain, the Gregory Tempo 5 Hydration Backpack is loaded with easy-access pockets fo...r your essentials. Gregory's designers focused on stability with the Tempo series of packs with a baffled, internally compressed reservoir and additional compression throughout. Read More

Gregory
$138.95 at Backcountry

Gregory's Z30 Backpack handles casual hikes with the kids as well as your speedy summit attempts. Its CrossFlo suspension system u...ses an open mesh back panel to ensure much-needed airflow in warmer weather, and tensioned steel wires keep the backpack's load off your back without compromising stability. Ventilated foam gives breathable comfort to the waist belt, shoulder straps, and lumbar support. The Z30 also features a unique hybrid top-loading design that opens up wide so you can find snacks at a moment's notice, and there are two pockets on both sides of the hybrid panel for valuables. There's also a hydration sleeve with a port for your reservoir hose, pockets for two water bottles, dual waist belt pockets for snacks, an internal security pocket for your keys and wallet, and a front bucket pocket for layers. Gregory also equipped the Z30 with compression straps for a secure load, and loops secure your ice axes or trekking poles when you don't need them. Read More

Gregory
$148.95 $89.37 at Backcountry

Designed for extended runs and elite racing, the Gregory Tempo 8 Hydration Backpack has plenty of pocket space with easy access, a... slick baffled reservoir, and gender-specific design aspects. Most importantly, however, the Tempo 8 is designed from the ground up for bounce-free stability. The Wraptor harness hugs your body like it's a part of you, and multiple compression straps ensure the most stable fit possible. Read More

Gregory
$178.95 $134.21 at Backcountry

Gregory's J 38 Women's Backpack fills that awkwardly sized hole between daypacks and overnighters, with enough space to function a...s a one-night summer back or a wintertime daypack. With a ventilated CrossFlo suspension and ventilated hip belt and shoulder straps, it's designed to keep you cool on summer treks, but has enough volume to easily handle the extra gear required for cold-weather hikes or ski-touring adventures. There are pockets in the removable lid, the waist belt, and the interior, with another large bucket pocket on the front of the pack, which compresses down for a streamlined fit when it's not in use. Compression straps on the sides of the pack cinch down your load, and hideaway ice axe/trekking pole carriers let you go hands-free when you need to. The full-length front zipper and top U-zipper provide easy access to the main compartment, and the integrated rain cover keeps your gear dry, but tucks away unobtrusively when the sun's shining. Read More

Gregory
$198.95 at Backcountry

Gregory's Targhee 32 Backpack is fully-featured for skiers, snowboarders, tourers, and ice climbers. Its VertFlex suspension syste...m ensures vertical stability as well as the freedom of movement that winter enthusiasts need on the ascent and descent. This system includes a sturdy framesheet, wire-reinforced stability, snow-shedding fabrics, durable reinforcements, and high-density foam at the back, waist belt, and back panel. The Targhee carries skis diagonally or in an A-frame, snowboards vertically, and snowshoes for convenient versatility. This backpack also holds helmets and avalanche gear for quick access to your safety tools. The hydration sleeve includes an insulated hose cover to prevent your water from freezing. Gregory equipped the Targhee 32 with a single gear loop, ice clipper slots, a zippered pocket at the waist belt, a top pocket for goggles, and a security pocket for valuables. Read More

Gregory
$98.95 at Backcountry

Once the snow melts off the alpine, you can finally take aim at the summit ridge scramble as the Gregory Miwok 18 Backpack comfort...ably keeps your day's supplies snug and handy. The breathable, mesh-lined straps and back panel prevent overheating and over-sweating, and the BioSync suspension system helps keep the pack anchored as you navigate the granite maze. The large main compartment and zipper-accessed hydration sleeve provide space for an extra layer, food, water, and other small items you may need along the trail. The Miwok's BioSync suspension system allows the pack to move with your body and keeps the pack centered on your back. Side compression straps secure the load so it doesn't shift around inside the pack. A hydration tube management system keeps the drinking tube within easy reach so you don't have to divert your attention to take a drink. The dual waist belt pockets and side pockets make it easy to access the things that you need to get to in a hurry, like your camera or a snack. The Gregory Miwok 18 fits a two-liter hydration reservoir, enough for a day hike or a few hours on your bike. Read More

Gregory
$168.95 at Backcountry

Sometimes a name is misleading--remember when you ordered sweetbreads for dessert?--but the Gregory Stout 45 Backpack means what i...t says. A tough, straightforward, no-nonsense pack for lightweight overnights or weekend hostel trips, the Stout has a TrailFlex wishbone suspension that uses a flexible backpanel and spring steel internal frame to carry loads of up to 35 pounds without discomfort. The TrailFit hip belt is fully adjustable, too, so your hips, shoulders, and back can share the load. The Stout carries like a champ, but it also has a series of smartly designed features that make trail life a little smoother, like a stow-away rain cover and removable lid that keep your gear dry and lighten your load, respectively. Top and bottom access makes it easy to get at gear in different parts of your pack, and front, side, and hip belt pockets keep snacks, layers, maps, and phones accessible. Gregory also built in loops to carry trekking poles and ice axes, compression straps for extra gear or sleeping pads, and a series of daisy chain loops that are designed to carry portable solar panels but work as lash points for whatever other gear you decide to bring. Read More

Gregory
$138.95 at Backcountry

Pack everything you need, and then some, into the Gregory Women's J28 Backpack for a full day in the mountains. A beauty of a pack..., the J28 has a sleek profile due to reduced seams and tightened lines, yet maintains beastliness with a load-bearing capacity of up to 35 pounds. Unlike other packs, when you max it out with gear you won't over-strain your back or fall victim to excessive dampness. The J28's women's-specific CrossFlo Dynamic Transfer suspension (DTS) system creates physical space between you and the mesh back panel, which allows for constant airflow, and as the load increases, the shoulder harness transfers the weight to the frame to stiffen the support for equal distribution. This auto-balancing support system allows air to flow freely around the torso, which translates to greater ventilation in hot weather, and improved breathability for waterproof outerwear in the cold and wet. If the weather on your excursion does happen to change drastically from hot to cold and wet, then whip out the readily-available rain cover to keep your gear dry. Built to withstand intense rock scrambling and bushwhacking, this pack is made from durable 210D nylon ripstop for when the trail gets harsh. Don't worry about going thirsty because Gregory installed a hydration sleeve with hose port (reservoir not included), as well as two side water bottle pockets. In addition to water, bring food, extra layers, and any small accessories along on your adventure in the main outer bucket pocket, or any of the exterior pockets. In varying terrain, take along a trekking pole for help on the steeps and then cinch it to the quick-stow attachment for when the trail flattens out. Read More

Gregory
$178.95 $134.21 at Backcountry

The sooner your whippersnapper starts backpacking in the backcountry the better, which is why Gregory made the Kid's Wander 50 Bac...kpack. Designed for kids ages 10 and up, this full featured pack is equipped with a VersaFit suspension system that provides a perfect fit, comfortable carry, and can be easily adjusted as your kiddo grows.The pack itself follows a basic top-loading design with access to the main compartment of the backpack at the top and through a U-shaped front panel zipper. The top lid is fitted with two zippered pockets for additional storage space, while the side of the bag features an on-the-go side stash pocket for maps, a compass, and a GPS device. An internal hydration bladder sleeve allows your little trail buddy to stay properly hydrated, and two water bottle pockets allow water to be accessed while hiking, if your little dude prefers water bottles to the bladder system. Read More

Gregory
$118.95 at Backcountry

When you're out all day, you want to be prepared without being weighed down. The Gregory Z25 Backpack's low weight and sleek desig...n belies its substantial carrying capacity; you can stuff 35 pounds worth of gear and snacks in it without worries. It's a breeze (literally) in warm weather, thanks to the updated CrossFlo suspension system that places ventilated EVA foam at the hip belt and shoulder straps to increase airflow. The interior sleeve with hydration port and side mesh bottle pockets store plenty of water to keep you lubricated on long hikes in the mountains, and hideaway gear loops will carry an ice axe or trekking poles when the day's objective is more technical. Read More

Gregory
$218.95 at Backcountry

There aren't many surprises with the Gregory Stout 75 Backpack, and that's a good thing. Sure, there are some sneaky extra pockets..., hidden features, and a no-way-you'd-expect-that level of comfort, but mostly the Stout is just a comfortable, rugged gear hauler for all your long backcountry missions. It starts with the TrailFlex wishbone suspension, which uses a flexible backpanel and spring steel internal frame to carry loads of up to 55 pounds without discomfort. That's backed up by Gregory's TrailFit hip belt, which is fully adjustable so your hips, shoulders, and back can share the load as evenly as possible. The Stout carries like a champ, but it also has a series of smartly designed features that make trail life a little smoother, like a stow-away rain cover and removable lid that keep your gear dry and lighten your load, respectively. Top and bottom access make it easy to get at gear in different parts of your pack, and front, side, and hip belt pockets keep snacks, layers, maps, and phones accessible. If you're going for the summit, pull out the detachable SideTrack daypack to go extra-light (the SideTrack doubles as a hanging reservoir sleeve when it's inside the Stout). Gregory also built in loops to carry trekking poles and ice axes, compression straps for extra gear or sleeping pads, and a series of daisy chain loops that are designed to carry portable solar panels but work as lash points for whatever other essential gear you decide to bring. Read More

Gregory
$168.95 $126.71 at Backcountry

A low and narrow profile makes the Gregory Miwok 44 Backpack perfect for fast-moving travel whether you're thru-hiking or overnigh...t backpacking. BioSync Suspension connects the shoulder straps to the waist belt with a flexible Wishbone wire frame to pull the pack closer to your back, minimize bouncing, move with you while you're hiking, and balance your load's weight evenly on your shoulders and hips. The shoulder straps and waist belt feature moisture-wicking fabric to keep you comfortably dry in warmer weather. This top-loader also has a front zipper to quickly access your main compartment when you need an extra layer. The Miwok 44 also features and integrated rain cover and a hydration sleeve with external access. For storage, you get two zippered pockets at the fixed lid, a stretch pocket at the front for stuffing a layer back in the pack quickly, and dual side and waist-belt pockets. Front daisy chains let you attach gear with a carabiner, hideaway loops let you attach ice axes or trekking poles when you aren't using them, and four bottom lash points and side compression straps make sure your load is as compact and comfortable as can be. Read More

Gregory
$138.95 at Backcountry

Pack everything you need, and then some, into the Gregory Women's J28 Backpack for a full day in the mountains. A beauty of a pack..., the J28 has a sleek profile due to reduced seams and tightened lines, yet maintains beastliness with a load-bearing capacity of up to 35 pounds. Unlike other packs, when you max it out with gear you won't over-strain your back or fall victim to excessive dampness. The J28's women's-specific CrossFlo Dynamic Transfer suspension (DTS) system creates physical space between you and the mesh back panel, which allows for constant airflow, and as the load increases, the shoulder harness transfers the weight to the frame to stiffen the support for equal distribution. This auto-balancing support system allows air to flow freely around the torso, which translates to greater ventilation in hot weather, and improved breathability for waterproof outerwear in the cold and wet. If the weather on your excursion does happen to change drastically from hot to cold and wet, then whip out the readily-available rain cover to keep your gear dry. Built to withstand intense rock scrambling and bushwhacking, this pack is made from durable 210D nylon ripstop for when the trail gets harsh. Don't worry about going thirsty because Gregory installed a hydration sleeve with hose port (reservoir not included), as well as two side water bottle pockets. In addition to water, bring food, extra layers, and any small accessories along on your adventure in the main outer bucket pocket, or any of the exterior pockets. In varying terrain, take along a trekking pole for help on the steeps and then cinch it to the quick-stow attachment for when the trail flattens out. Read More

Gregory
$118.95 at Backcountry

When you're out all day, you want to be prepared without being weighed down. The Gregory Z25 Backpack's low weight and sleek desig...n belies its substantial carrying capacity; you can stuff 35 pounds worth of gear and snacks in it without worries. It's a breeze (literally) in warm weather, thanks to the updated CrossFlo suspension system that places ventilated EVA foam at the hip belt and shoulder straps to increase airflow. The interior sleeve with hydration port and side mesh bottle pockets store plenty of water to keep you lubricated on long hikes in the mountains, and hideaway gear loops will carry an ice axe or trekking poles when the day's objective is more technical. Read More

Gregory
$438.95 $263.37 at Backcountry

The massive Gregory Whitney 95 Backpack carries as much gear as you'd ever want to heft for a weeklong (or longer) expedition. Gre...gory's Response CFS suspension system has five points of adjustment for a precise fit and moves with your body as you walk to eliminate rub points and provide a stable carry. Read More

Gregory
$198.95 $129.32 at Backcountry

Whether you're heading out in search of hard-to-find mid-mountain crags, pristine fields of snow, or your favorite ice formation, ...carry your gear in the Gregory Alpinisto 35 Backpack. Designed to carry a day's worth of technical gear, it can also be stripped down for fast-and-light pushes. Read More

Gregory
$298.95 at Backcountry

Coming in at a very svelte 4lbs and change, the Gregory Contour 70 Backpack is the lightweight hauler you need to step up your bac...kpacking game. A ventilated waist belt, contoured back panel, and Wishbone wire frame ensure a supportive yet cooling ride in any conditions. With a removable top lid, as well as the Trail Smart Packing System and a variety of pockets, you can be sure that your gear will remain easy to organize and sort through, even out on the trail. A integrated rain cover will help to keep your gear dry so you don't show up to camp with a sodden mess of feathers, when all you really want is to curl up in that comfy down sleeping bag. Read More

Gregory
$318.95 at Backcountry

Know that feeling when it starts to get cold, you reach into your pack to pull out a puffy, and then you remember you left it at h...ome because it didn't fit? No fun. Gregory's Baltoro 75 Backpack has over 4,500 cubic inches of gear-toting capacity to fit all the puffies, fleeces, and longjohns you need, so you can be seriously prepared on weekend backpacking trips or pack more efficiently for three or four-day excursions. Even when the pack is fully loaded, the hyper-adjustable Response AFS suspension provides a comfortable, personalized ride that won't rub you the wrong way or force you to stop and readjust every five minutes. Both the pre-curved Auto-Cant harness and EVA foam Auto-Fit hip belt pivot independently to conform to your body and keep you balanced on tough terrain, and the single aluminum stay provides lightweight structure and helps distribute weight evenly across your back, hips, and shoulders. The Baltoro's fit and carry are what set it apart, but it's also optimized to hold two, three, or four days' worth of backpacking gear and adapt to the demands of your trip. The removable lid has two pockets and doubles as a lumbar pack if you're going on short basecamp explorations or summit hikes, and the pockets on the front, side, and hip belt keep layers, snacks, maps, and other essentials where you can reach them. Gregory also built in a hideaway water bottle pocket on the side of the pack and included a hydration-compatible sleeve with multiple easy-to-feed hose ports. A series of lash points, loops, and compression straps hold everything from trekking poles to ice axes to that sweet stick you just found, and the DWR-coated water-resistant zippers and reinforced bottom help stop rocks and rain from putting some serious cramps in your backcountry style. Read More

Gregory
$278.95 at Backcountry

Gregory carefully considered the construction of the Women's Cairn 58 Backpack to maximize comfort, organization, and overall ease... of use while you're backpacking. The Response LT suspension system is designed to align to the natural angle of your hips for a more comfortable feel, and when coupled with the Wishbone Wire frame, it distributes the weight to your hips where your body can more easily carry the load. The shoulder straps utilize Gregory's Monobond architecture which is a four-layer material bonded together for a low-profile fit and feel.Where the Cairn 58 really stands out is with its organizational features, which includes Gregory's Trail Smart Packing System. The system allows the pack to be accessed from the top, front, and sides. This system provides access to different items throughout the day, without having to dig through your tent, sleeping, bag, and rain gear just to get a snack. The main compartment accessed from the top easily stores all camping gear such as a tent, sleeping bag, and clothes. The second trail compartment is designed to hold those items you need throughout the day like your water filter, rain gear, and lunch. The third compartment can be accessed with the pack still on, and is ideal for your maps, camera, and quick snacks. In addition to these separate compartments, the pack features a hydration bladder-compatible design that can be accessed without having to open the pack, and a water-resistant top lid pocket with roll-top closure for dry storage space. The pack is also fitted with an integrated, color-matched rain cover, so an unexpected afternoon rain shower doesn't leave you running for cover. Read More

Gregory
$278.95 at Backcountry

Thanks to the Trail Smart Packing System in the Gregory Contour 60 Backpack, you never have to dig through a week's worth of campi...ng gear just to find that one pair of socks you need. The Contour 60 is big enough for a multi-day backcountry adventure yet light enough to allow you to move fast for miles. Unlike most lightweights, however, the Contour 60 is a full-featured pack. With its organizational features and a world-class compression system, you won't find yourself wasting hours at camp repacking your gear every night. The Wishbone wire frame support system ensures you don't show up to camp with an aching back, and an integrated rain cover helps your gear to stay dry as you log the miles. In addition to the organizational system, a plethora of pockets lets you maintain quick, easy access to any trail essentials. Read More

Gregory
$198.95 $149.21 at Backcountry

Lightweight durability and a breathable suspension system give the Gregory Z 55 Backpack the edge over other packs that claim to p...erform great in warmer climates. But, with a removable top lid and multiple compression options, the Z 55 works well any time of year, for alpine climbing as well as weekend trips to the local state park. With a maximum load recommendation of 40 pounds, the Z 55 is perfect for everything from overnighters to extended weekend hikes. Gregory's CrossFlo suspension system is strong, simple, and lightweight. It also provides cooling airflow across your back to pull moisture and heat away. At the heart of the system is the wire X-Frame, which provides effective load transfer straight to your lumbar region and padded waist belt, where it can be carried most efficiently. The dynamic Yoke integrates the shoulder harness directly into the X-Frame, activating the suspension as the weight increases to balance the frame's flexibility. The back panel is made with a moisture-wicking, breathable mesh to transfer heat and moisture away from your body. Access to the Z 55's main compartment is made easy with a large, u-shaped zippered opening. A large zippered front pocket provides convenient storage for items that you'll need to get to through the course of your hike, such as lunch and rain gear. The pack also provides easy access to small items with dual waist belt pockets and a large dump pocket on the front of the pack, as well as a highly water-resistant top pocket with a waterproof zipper and sealed seams. And, speaking of waterproof, the Z 55 comes with an integrated, color-matched rain cover to keep your gear safe and dry when an unexpected storm pops up. Read More

Gregory
$168.95 at Backcountry

The streamlined design and low-profile of the Gregory Miwok 44 Backpack makes it perfect for fast-moving travel whether you're thr...u-hiking or overnight backpacking. BioSync Suspension connects the shoulder straps to the waist belt with a flexible Wishbone wire frame to pull the pack closer to your back to minimize bouncing, move with you while you're hiking, and balance your load's weight evenly on your shoulders and hips. Meanwhile, the shoulder straps and waist belt feature moisture-wicking fabric to keep you comfortably dry in warmer weather.The Miwok 44 also features an integrated rain cover and hydration sleeve with external access and a front zippered access point for quick and easy entry to the main compartment. For storage, you get two zippered pockets at the fixed lid, a stretch pocket at the front, and two side and waist belt pockets. Front daisy chains let you attach gear with a carabiner, hideaway loops let you attach ice axes or trekking poles when you aren't using them, and four bottom lash points and side compression straps make sure your load is as compact and comfortable as possible. Read More

Gregory
$168.95 at Backcountry

The streamlined design and low-profile of the Gregory Miwok 44 Backpack makes it perfect for fast-moving travel whether you're thr...u-hiking or overnight backpacking. BioSync Suspension connects the shoulder straps to the waist belt with a flexible Wishbone wire frame to pull the pack closer to your back to minimize bouncing, move with you while you're hiking, and balance your load's weight evenly on your shoulders and hips. Meanwhile, the shoulder straps and waist belt feature moisture-wicking fabric to keep you comfortably dry in warmer weather.The Miwok 44 also features an integrated rain cover and hydration sleeve with external access and a front zippered access point for quick and easy entry to the main compartment. For storage, you get two zippered pockets at the fixed lid, a stretch pocket at the front, and two side and waist belt pockets. Front daisy chains let you attach gear with a carabiner, hideaway loops let you attach ice axes or trekking poles when you aren't using them, and four bottom lash points and side compression straps make sure your load is as compact and comfortable as possible. Read More

Gregory
$298.95 at Backcountry

Coming in at a very svelte 4lbs and change, the Gregory Contour 70 Backpack is the lightweight hauler you need to step up your bac...kpacking game. A ventilated waist belt, contoured back panel, and Wishbone wire frame ensure a supportive yet cooling ride in any conditions. With a removable top lid, as well as the Trail Smart Packing System and a variety of pockets, you can be sure that your gear will remain easy to organize and sort through, even out on the trail. A integrated rain cover will help to keep your gear dry so you don't show up to camp with a sodden mess of feathers, when all you really want is to curl up in that comfy down sleeping bag. Read More

Gregory
$128.95 at Backcountry

The Gregory Tempo 8 Hydration Backpack is built to help you step up your running game with plenty of pocket space for easy access ...to what you need on the trail. The Hydrapak Shape-Shift reservoir makes sure that you stay hydrated when you're logging the miles. Most importantly, however, the Tempo 8 is designed from the ground up for bounce-free stability. The Wraptor harness hugs your body like it's a part of you, and multiple compression straps ensure the most stable fit possible. Read More

Gregory
$278.95 at Backcountry

Gregory carefully considered the construction of the Women's Cairn 58 Backpack to maximize comfort, organization, and overall ease... of use while you're backpacking. The Response LT suspension system is designed to align to the natural angle of your hips for a more comfortable feel, and when coupled with the Wishbone Wire frame, it distributes the weight to your hips where your body can more easily carry the load. The shoulder straps utilize Gregory's Monobond architecture which is a four-layer material bonded together for a low-profile fit and feel.Where the Cairn 58 really stands out is with its organizational features, which includes Gregory's Trail Smart Packing System. The system allows the pack to be accessed from the top, front, and sides. This system provides access to different items throughout the day, without having to dig through your tent, sleeping, bag, and rain gear just to get a snack. The main compartment accessed from the top easily stores all camping gear such as a tent, sleeping bag, and clothes. The second trail compartment is designed to hold those items you need throughout the day like your water filter, rain gear, and lunch. The third compartment can be accessed with the pack still on, and is ideal for your maps, camera, and quick snacks. In addition to these separate compartments, the pack features a hydration bladder-compatible design that can be accessed without having to open the pack, and a water-resistant top lid pocket with roll-top closure for dry storage space. The pack is also fitted with an integrated, color-matched rain cover, so an unexpected afternoon rain shower doesn't leave you running for cover. Read More

Gregory
$218.95 at Backcountry

Long days can turn into long weeks pretty quickly, but Gregory's Amber 70 Women's Backpack helps make your week-long backpacking t...rips a little smoother and easier. It's the big sister in the Amber family, perfect for three- or four-day winter treks, week-long excursions, or serious hostel trips, with over 4200 cubic inches of space and the ability to comfortably carry up to 55 pounds. The comfortable weight bearing is courtesy of the TrailFlex wishbone suspension, which uses a lightweight internal spring steel frame to distribute weight evenly and a padded TrailFit adjustable hip belt to take some of the pressure off your back and shoulders. This lets you load the Amber up without sacrificing mobility, so you can tackle tough trails and technical terrain without feeling like you're about to topple over backwards. Comfort isn't any good without all the necessary features, and Gregory has managed to squeeze them all in without making things overly complicated or confusing. The lid has three secure pockets to hold important items, and it's removable if you're looking to lighten your load. There's a detachable SideTrack daypack as well, which doubles as a hanging reservoir sleeve when it's inside. Front, side, and hip pockets hold layers, snacks, maps, and phones, and the stowable rain cover ensures the whole mess will stay dry if you get caught in a shower. Stash your trekking poles or ice axes using the carrying system, strap extra gear on via the side and bottom compression straps, and even attach portable solar panels using the daisy chain loops, so you can keep your camera and phone charged up as you move through Himalayan passes, over Rocky Mountain ridges, or through Italian towns. Read More

Gregory
$198.95 at Backcountry

Gregory's Alpinisto 35 Backpack is highly technical for climbers, alpinists, and ski mountaineers. Its Fusion Flex suspension syst...em allows you to remove the top lid, supportive aluminum frame stay, stable HDPE frame sheet, and cushy padding to reduce weight for speedy ascents. Or you can keep all these suspension features intact for a highly supportive, stable, and comfy carry up into the alpine. The Alpinisto has a traditional top-loading design, and Gregory added a side zipper for easy access to the main compartment. There are slots, straps, and pockets for skis, climbing ropes, ice axes, crampons, ice clippers, and more climbing gear. This backpack also has a hydration sleeve as well as a locking zip hose port. Side compression straps secure your gear for a stable ride to faraway places. Read More

Gregory
$198.95 at Backcountry

The lightweight Gregory Women's J53 Backpack carries everything you need for a casual weekend backpacking trip, a day at crag, or ...a longer ultralight backpacking trip. You can comfortably carry up to 40 pounds of gear in this backpack, which weighs just under three pounds. Gregory made the J53 with high-quality ripstop nylon for an excellent strength to weight ratio and outfitted it with the lightweight, supportive CrossFlo suspension system. Gregory's CrossFlo suspension helps to keep your back cool while you hike by bringing air through the material and by wicking moisture as you sweat. Ventilated EVA foam along the hips and shoulders is well padded where most of the weight of the pack is carried, and it is well ventilated for even more comfort. Entry into the pack is made easy through a top access point with a quick-draw drawstring. The top lid is floating for when you need additional storing space and can be removed when you're going really light on a quick day hike. An internal hydration sleeve with tube port gives you the option of going with a hydration bladder (sold separately), while two mesh side pockets will easily store water bottles for quick access on the trail. Side and bottom compression straps help secure your load, and hideaway ice axe/trekking pole loops secure the appropriate tool for the day's objective. Read More

Gregory
$258.95 at Backcountry

The Gregory Contour 50 backpack packs more technology and innovation into 3,173 cubic inches than most manufacturers' high end exp...edition packs. Weighing just under four pounds, the Contour is perfect for everything from overnighters to extended weekend hikes. Gregory's Response LT suspension system is strong, simple, and lightweight. At the heart of the system is the Wire Wishbone frame, which provides effective load transfer straight to your lumbar region, where it can be carried most efficiently. The Frame also incorporates a cross-stay that prevents pack-barreling and helps maintain the pack's shape. The back panel is composed of a breathable fabric equipped with a spacer mesh for a cool ride.One of the Contour 50's coolest features is the pack's Trail Smart packing system. The system divides the pack into three separate zones, which are strategically located for easy access throughout the day. The first zone is the largest and closest to the body. This area is for large, heavy items such as your tent, sleeping bag, and bulk food. Keeping the majority of the weight close to your body increases efficiency and reduces fatigue. The second zone is at the front of the pack, farthest from your body. This zone is for items that you typically need to access during your hike, such as lunch, first aid equipment, and rain gear. The third zone is on the side of the pack and puts items within your reach without removing the pack like your camera, a quick snack, water, or maps. The Contour also provides easy access to small items with dual waist belt pockets and a large dump pocket on the front of the pack. The top load provides water-resistant storage for all your essentials through a roll-top lid and water-resistant zipper. And, speaking of waterproof, the Contour comes with an integrated, color-matched rain cover to keep your gear safe and dry when an unexpected storm pops up. Read More

Gregory
$258.95 $168.32 at Backcountry

The folks at Gregory never cease to amaze. The Contour 50 backpack packs more technology and innovation into 3,000 cubic inches th...an most manufacturers' expedition packs, and it only weighs about four pounds. With a maximum load recommendation of 45 pounds, the Contour is perfect for everything from overnighters to extended weekend hikes. Gregory's Response LT suspension system is strong, simple, and lightweight. At the heart of the system is the Wire Wishbone frame, which provides effective load transfer straight to your lumbar region, where it can be carried most efficiently. The Frame also incorporates a cross-stay that prevents pack-barreling and helps maintain the pack's shape. The back panel is made with moisture-wicking Aero-mesh to keep you cool and dry during warm weather hikes. One of the Contour 50's coolest features is its Trail Smart packing system. The system divides the pack into three separate zones which are strategically located for their intended loads. The first zone is the largest and closest to the body. This area is for large, heavy items, such as your tent, sleeping bag, and bulk food. Keeping the majority of the weight close to your body increases efficiency and reduces fatigue. The second zone is at the front of the pack, farthest from your body. This zone is for items that you typically need to access during your hike, such as lunch, first aid, or rain gear. The third zone is on the side of the pack and puts items within your reach without removing the pack, such as your camera, a quick snack, water, or other items that are used throughout the course of the day. The Contour also provides easy access to small items with dual waist belt pockets and a large dump pocket on the front of the pack, as well as a highly water-resistant top pocket with a waterproof zipper and sealed seams. And, speaking of waterproof, the Contour comes with an integrated, color-matched rain cover to keep your gear safe and dry when an unexpected storm pops up. Read More

Gregory
$178.95 at Backcountry

Gregory loaded its Z40 Backpack with enough features to get you ready for any daily adventure, be it hiking, peak-bagging, or clim...bing. This pack can store all your climbing gear, light camping equipment, and everything you need for a full-day hike fest. Its CrossFlo suspension system provides a constant stream of airflow to help keep you cool during hot days on the trail. The spring steel bar curves with a wire frame directly into the lumbar pad in order to ensure the load's entire weight transfers to your hips. Gregory covered the shoulder straps and waist belt with ventilated EVA to maximize your comfort on trails and approaches. This top-loader, in addition to the quick-draw top closure, also features a U-zipper side access so you can whip out an extra layer at a moment's notice. The floating top lid is removable, and an integrated rain cover should protect your gear in case some black clouds unexpectedly float into view. Gregory also added an interior hydration sleeve with a hose port, a front bucket pocket that's perfect for helmets or maintaining easy access to an extra layer, a zippered front pocket for smaller items, two external stretch pockets for water bottles, and dual waist belt pockets for sunscreen, lip balm, and snacks for the trail. There are also hideaway loops for ice axes or trekking poles, and compression straps at the bottom and sides secure additional gear. Read More

Gregory
$198.95 at Backcountry

Gregory's Targhee 32 Backpack is fully-featured for skiers, snowboarders, tourers, and ice climbers. Its VertFlex suspension syste...m ensures vertical stability as well as the freedom of movement that winter enthusiasts need on the ascent and descent. This system includes a sturdy framesheet, wire-reinforced stability, snow-shedding fabrics, durable reinforcements, and high-density foam at the back, waist belt, and back panel. The Targhee carries skis diagonally or in an A-frame, snowboards vertically, and snowshoes for convenient versatility. This backpack also holds helmets and avalanche gear for quick access to your safety tools. The hydration sleeve includes an insulated hose cover to prevent your water from freezing. Gregory equipped the Targhee 32 with a single gear loop, ice clipper slots, a zippered pocket at the waist belt, a top pocket for goggles, and a security pocket for valuables. Read More

Gregory
$198.95 at Backcountry

When you wear the Gregory Stout 65 Backpack, you know what you're getting: a tough, straightforward, no-nonsense pack for lightwei...ght overnights or weekend hostel trips. The Stout has a TrailFlex wishbone suspension that uses a flexible backpanel and spring steel internal frame to carry loads of up to 45 pounds without discomfort and has a TrailFit hip belt that is fully adjustable, so your hips, shoulders, and back can share the load. The Stout carries like a champ, but it also has a series of smartly designed features that make trail life a little smoother, like a stow-away rain cover and removable lid that keep your gear dry and lighten your load, respectively. Top and bottom access make it easy to get at gear in different parts of your pack, and front, side, and hip belt pockets keep snacks, layers, maps, and phones accessible. If you're going for the summit, pull out the detachable SideKick daypack to go extra-light (the SideKick doubles as a hanging reservoir sleeve when it's inside the Stout). Gregory also built in loops to carry trekking poles and ice axes, compression straps for extra gear or sleeping pads, and a series of daisy chain loops that are designed to carry portable solar panels, but work as lash points for whatever other (non)essential gear you decide to bring. Read More

Gregory
$118.95 at Backcountry

The Miwok 24 Backpack looks suitable for everyday use even though Gregory designed it for rugged hiking. Its BioSync suspension sy...stem mimics your every move by using flexible connectors to join the shoulder straps to the waist belt and back frame. Padded mesh gives the shoulder straps, waist belt, and back panel plenty of ventilated comfort for walks to work or hikes in the mountains. Gregory equipped the Miwok with a hydration sleeve for your own reservoir, and a tube clip at the shoulder straps keep your water easily accessible. The expandable front pocket is perfect for extra layers in case you need more warmth mid-trail, and there are tuck-away bungees inside the pocket for your helmet. This pack also features zippered accessory, side, and waist belt pockets as well as internal organizer and security pockets for all your gear. Read More

Gregory
$198.95 at Backcountry

The sweet spot can be a hard place to find, but Gregory nailed it with the Amber 60 Women's Backpack. As the middle child of the A...mber family, the 60 is perfect for three- or four-day treks, winter overnights, or hostel trips, with over 3600 cubic inches of space and the ability to comfortably carry up to 45 pounds. The comfortable weight bearing capability is courtesy of the TrailFlex wishbone suspension, which uses a lightweight internal spring steel frame to distribute weight evenly and a padded TrailFit adjustable hip belt to take some of the pressure off your back and shoulders. This lets you load the Amber up without sacrificing mobility, so you can tackle tough trails and technical terrain without feeling like you're about to topple over backwards. Comfort isn't any good without all the necessary features, and Gregory has managed to squeeze them all in without making things overly complicated or confusing. The lid has three secure pockets to hold important items and is removable if you're looking to lighten your load. There's a detachable SideTrack daypack as well, which doubles as a hanging reservoir sleeve when it's inside the Amber. Front, side, and hip pockets hold layers, snacks, maps, and phones, and the stowable rain cover ensures the whole shebang will stay dry if you get caught in a shower. Stash your trekking poles or ice axes using the carrying system, strap extra gear on via the side and bottom compression straps, and even attach portable solar panels to the back using the daisy chain loops, so you can keep your camera and phone charged up as you go. Read More

Gregory
$178.95 at Backcountry

Gregory loaded its Z40 Backpack with enough features to get you ready for any daily adventure, be it hiking, peak-bagging, or clim...bing. This pack can store all your climbing gear, light camping equipment, and everything you need for a full-day hike fest. Its CrossFlo suspension system provides a constant stream of airflow to help keep you cool during hot days on the trail. The spring steel bar curves with a wire frame directly into the lumbar pad in order to ensure the load's entire weight transfers to your hips. Gregory covered the shoulder straps and waist belt with ventilated EVA to maximize your comfort on trails and approaches. This top-loader, in addition to the quick-draw top closure, also features a U-zipper side access so you can whip out an extra layer at a moment's notice. The floating top lid is removable, and an integrated rain cover should protect your gear in case some black clouds unexpectedly float into view. Gregory also added an interior hydration sleeve with a hose port, a front bucket pocket that's perfect for helmets or maintaining easy access to an extra layer, a zippered front pocket for smaller items, two external stretch pockets for water bottles, and dual waist belt pockets for sunscreen, lip balm, and snacks for the trail. There are also hideaway loops for ice axes or trekking poles, and compression straps at the bottom and sides secure additional gear. Read More

Gregory
$238.95 at Backcountry

The Gregory Z65 Backpack is a versatile, comfortable, and extremely lightweight hauler that is perfect for the trail or heading to... the crag. With its plethora of pockets, this pack can easily store all your climbing gear or the equipment you need for a week of solitude and mountain air. Its CrossFlo suspension system provides airflow to help keep you cool in warmer weather without sacrificing the ability to comfortably shoulder a full load. The spring steel bar curves with a wire frame directly into the lumbar pad in order to ensure the load's entire weight transfers to your hips. Gregory covered the shoulder straps and waist belt with ventilated EVA foam to help minimize discomfort and maximize cooling airflow for warmer days on the trail. This top-loader also features a U-zipper side access so you can whip out an extra layer at a moment's notice. The front bucket pocket can stash that extra layer and leave it accessible and within reach at all times. The floating top lid is removable, and the integrated rain cover should protect your gear in case some black clouds unexpectedly float over your routes. Gregory also added an interior hydration sleeve with a hose port, a zippered front pocket for smaller items, two external stretch pockets for water bottles, and dual waist belt pockets for sunscreen, lip balm, and snacks for the trail. There are also hideaway loops for ice axes or trekking poles and compression straps at the bottom and sides to keep your ride smooth when you're not carrying a full load. Read More

Gregory
$128.95 at Backcountry

The versatile Gregory Compass 40 Daypack handles commuting to work and traveling for business with the ease of a seasoned professi...onal. Its compact profile, along with the adjustable shoulder straps, keeps the load closer to your body, making this pack more comfortable when you're commuting on your bike. A ventilated back panel helps with airflow, and the laptop sleeve is padded to protect your 15-inch laptop. The separate bottom lets you store muddy shoes away from your work clothes, and an expanding divider in the main compartment holds souvenirs when you travel. Gregory also added a top accessory pocket with a zippered mesh pocket for organization, a zippered mesh organizer inside the main compartment, dual daisy chains that you can hook gear to, and side compression straps to keep everything tight when you're on the go. Read More

Gregory
$128.95 at Backcountry

The Gregory Tempo 8 Hydration Backpack is built to help you step up your running game with plenty of pocket space for easy access ...to what you need on the trail. The Hydrapak Shape-Shift reservoir makes sure that you stay hydrated when you're logging the miles. Most importantly, however, the Tempo 8 is designed from the ground up for bounce-free stability. The Wraptor harness hugs your body like it's a part of you, and multiple compression straps ensure the most stable fit possible. Read More

Gregory
$198.95 at Backcountry

Rugged, lightweight durability and the breathable CrossFlo suspension system give the Gregory Z55 Backpack the edge over other pac...ks that claim to perform great in warmer climates. But, with a removable top lid and both side and bottom compression straps, the Z55 works well any time of year, for alpine climbing as well as weekend trips to the local statepark. With a recommended load capacity of 40 pounds, the Z55 is perfect for everything from overnighters to extended weekend hikes. Gregory's CrossFlo suspension system is strong, simple, and lightweight. It also provides cooling airflow across your back to pull moisture and heat away. At the heart of the system is the wire X-Frame, which provides effective load transfer straight to your lumbar region and padded waist belt, where it can be carried most efficiently. The dynamic Yoke integrates the shoulder harness directly into the X-Frame, activating the suspension as the weight increases to balance the frame's flexibility. The back panel is made with a moisture-wicking, breathable mesh to transfer heat and moisture away from your body. To cool you even further, the hip belt and shoulder straps are made from ventilated EVA foam. Access to the Z55's main compartment is made easy with a large, U-shaped zippered opening, as well as a quick-draw top closure. A large zippered front pocket provides convenient storage for items that you'll need to get to through the course of your hike, such as lunch and rain gear. The pack also provides quick access to small items with dual waist belt pockets and a large dump pocket on the front of the pack. In addition, a highly water-resistant top pocket with a waterproof zipper and sealed seams, in combination with an integrated rain cover, keeps your gear safe and dry when an unexpected storm pops up. Read More

Gregory
$114.95 at Backcountry

Unlike other racing hydration packs that only have room for the reservoir, and maybe a single loose granola bar, the Gregory Women...'s Pace 5 Hydration Backpack has enough room for 5 liters of water, an extra layer, and fuel for outings that last up to four hours. If you've stuffed the main compartment to the brim with extra layers and food, toss your keys, phone, and wallet in any of the other six external pockets before heading out the door. The Pace 5's female-specific fit and Wraptor stabilization system maximizes comfort and keeps the cargo close and secure while silencing the sloshing liquid behind you, as you log mile after mile. Read More

Gregory
$258.95 at Backcountry

We've all been there--a rainstorm blows in and you're emptying out your pack, trying to get your rain jacket, then stuffing everyt...hing back in before it gets drenched. No more of that thanks to Gregory's Women's Cairn 48 Backpack and its Trail Smart Packing System. The intuitive design allows you to access the pack from three different ares for access to different types of gear throughout the day. The first large zone is designed for camping gear like your tent, sleeping bag, and sleeping mat. The second is for items like your water filter, rain jacket, and lunch, which can be accessed from the front of the pack. The last zone can be accessed from the side, and is excellent for things you need quick while you hike such as maps, camera, and a quick snack. In addition to this zoned design, the pack also features a water-resistant roll-top lid for dry storage, two side pockets, and a hydration system-compatible design.The pack also features Gregory's popular Response LT suspension system and Wishbone Wire frame, which directs the load of the pack to the wearer's hips for a comfortable fit and feel. Contoured back panels fitted with a breathable mesh spacer keep your back well ventilated when you're trucking up sunny switchbacks, and the low-profile, four-layer shoulder straps keep the weight of the pack down while providing a comfortable and cool feel. Pull on the attached rain cover when an unexpected storm rolls through the high country. Read More

Gregory
$228.95 $171.71 at Backcountry

The Gregory Z65 Backpack is so versatile that you can take it backpacking for a weekend and then load all your ice or rock climbin...g gear for quick trips to the crags on weekdays. This pack can store all your climbing gear or the equipment you need for a weekend in the woods. Its CrossFlo suspension system provides airflow to help keep you cool in warmer weather without sacrificing load transfer. The spring steel bar curves with a wire frame directly into the lumbar pad in order to ensure the load's entire weight transfers to your hips. Gregory covered the shoulder straps and waist belt with ventilated EVA to maximize your comfort on trails and approaches. This top-loader also features a U-zipper side access so you can whip out an extra layer at a moment's notice. The floating top lid is removable, and the integrated rain cover should protect your gear in case some black clouds unexpectedly float over your routes. Gregory also added an interior hydration sleeve with a hose port, a front bucket pocket that's perfect for helmets, a zippered front pocket for smaller items, two external stretch pockets for water bottles, and dual waistbelt pockets for sunscreen, lip balm, and snacks for the trail. There are also hideaway loops for ice axes or trekking poles, and compression straps at the bottom and sides to secure your gear. Read More

Gregory
$128.95 at Backcountry

The versatile Gregory Compass 40 Daypack handles commuting to work and traveling for business with the ease of a seasoned professi...onal. Its compact profile, along with the adjustable shoulder straps, keeps the load closer to your body, making this pack more comfortable when you're commuting on your bike. A ventilated back panel helps with airflow, and the laptop sleeve is padded to protect your 15-inch laptop. The separate bottom lets you store muddy shoes away from your work clothes, and an expanding divider in the main compartment holds souvenirs when you travel. Gregory also added a top accessory pocket with a zippered mesh pocket for organization, a zippered mesh organizer inside the main compartment, dual daisy chains that you can hook gear to, and side compression straps to keep everything tight when you're on the go. Read More

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