Backcountry wanderers have long trusted the packs in Gregory's flagship Baltoro series, and now Gregory has designed a new version--the Baltoro 95 Pro Backpack--for the biggest, boldest missions imaginable. With its absolutely cavernous interior, super-supportive ride, and award-winning features, the Baltoro Pro is suited for longer backpacking objectives, professional guides, and serious expeditions. The Response Pro chassis creates a fixed link between the hipbelt and back panel for additional load support and weight management, setting a new standard for guide use and high-alpine trekking. Backpackers can manage weeks worth of gear, guides can carry extra supplies and first aid, and mountaineers will be able to use the extra space for bulky winter gear. An interchangeable EVA foam harness, customizable Response Pro hipbelt, and removable Lumbartune insert allow you to fully customize the fit of your pack, which is crucial when you're handling loads that heavy. Plenty of clever features, such as an included raincover that stows in its own pocket, a removable Sidekick daypack, and a weatherproof hipbelt pocket keep you prepared for any situation you might face on your journeys.
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