Gregory Amber 44L Backpack - Women's

Gregory Amber 44L Backpack - Women's
Gregory Amber 44L Backpack - Women's
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Amber 44L Backpack - Women's by Gregory
You might wish you could quit your job and travel the world full-time, but for now, life has other plans. So you embrace your title of Weekend Warrior and explore all the hidden wonders you can find close to home. When it comes time for those quick backpacking trips, fill the Gregory Women's Amber 44 Backpack and hit the trail. This pack features strategic curves and customizable pad placement for comfort on the trail. Bottom zip access to the main compartment lets you access your sleeping bag without having to pull the rest of your gear from the pack. A variety of pockets and gear loops help keep your gear organized and close at hand whether you're on the move or preparing dinner as the sky fades to black. When your trek out is greeted with rain, pull the integrated rain cover out of the dedicated pocket and move forward with confidence.

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