Gregory Baltoro 65L Backpack

Gregory Baltoro 65L Backpack
Gregory Baltoro 65L Backpack
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Baltoro 65L Backpack by Gregory
Your weekdays are dedicated to planning for the weekend, and as for the weekend, well, your options feel pretty endless with Gregory's Baltoro 65L Backpack behind you. The Baltoro boasts Gregory's Response Auto Angle Adjust suspension system that moves the LifeSpan EVA shoulder straps up and down the 3D AirMesh back panel to a fit that feels customized to your own back. Gregory added an aluminum frame to stay stable and well-supported from the first mile to the last. Gregory didn't shy away from adding as many features as possible. Its hydration reservoir sleeve is removable so you can put it in Gregory's SideKick Daypack, and there's a deployable rain cover to shield your valuables from wet weather. There are additional storage options specifically designed for sleeping bags, trekking poles, sunglasses, and electronics.

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SKU: GRE009D
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