Gregory Z 30L Daypack
Pack for a day on the trail with the Gregory® Z 30 Daypack. From the CrossFlo suspension technology to keep you cool while you hike to the EVA foam construction strategically placed for superior comfort with every step, this backpack prepares you for a day's adventure. This Gregory® pack includes a hydration system, enough space for your gear and accessories, while remaining lightweight enough for a quick trip into the wilderness.
- Designed for day trips
- Updated CrossFlo suspension works hard to keep you cool on the trail
- EVA foam construction on the hip belt and shoulder harness allows ventilation and comfort
- Internal hydration sleeve with hose system
- Side and bottom compression straps
- Top load access point
- Hybrid panel access to main body creates an innovative loading option
- Zippered pockets on the exterior and interior of hybrid panel access
- Quick-access waist belt pockets
- Security pocket and key clip along the interior for quick access
- Dual mesh pockets for housing water bottles
- Trekking pole and ice axe attachment loops deliver superior versatility
- Rain cover attaches quickly for pack cover at a moment's notice
- Fabric: 210D robic dynagin, 100D robic GR shadowbox, 200D polyester oxford, 265g polyester stretch woven, 190T nylon taffeta
- Model # GM74540
- Volume: 30L
- Torso Fit Range: 46 to 51 cm
- Weight: 2 lbs, 6 oz.
- Volume: 32L
- Torso Fit Range: 51 to 56 cm
- Weight: 2 lbs, 9 oz.
Country of Origin: ImportedWeb ID: 57452216
Rated 3 out of 5 by 1 reviewer.
Rated 3 out of 5 by KB Returning this weirdly shaped pack I received this as a Christmas gift, and though I really want to like it, it just doesn't work for me. First, I really dislike the red color -- it's very intense and clashes with anything you're wearing except black or gray. Also, the size is very odd, or more specifically the top-load design doesn't open very far and it's hard to load. This pack doesn't seem to hold very much beyond a hydration sleeve, fleece jacket, and trail mix. All of the buckles seem very cheap and breakable, but I haven't tested this hard to see how it will hold up. Finally, the pockets on the hip belt (something I originally was excited about) actually are really rough and the zippers rub on my arms in a bad way. I think this pack is just the wrong size for my frame (I'm 5'10.) For $70, I'd expect a lot more. January 20, 2016
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