When a weekend in the great outdoors is on your list, don't let a heavy pack hold you back. The Gregory Paragon 58 Backpack gives you room to bring along the gear you want without making sacrifices, while simultaneously shaving weight to keep you light on your feet. With a minimalist mindset, this pack lets you cover long distances on overnight trips. The Aerolon suspension system wraps hollowed out aluminum stays in a matrix ventilation system to keep the pack surprisingly supportive, given its light weight. The Aerolon system also features 3D-molded EVA at the shoulder straps and waist belt for cushy comfort. Whether you use the zippered bottom compartment or external straps, the Paragon makes sure your sleeping bag isn't just crammed along for the ride, but secured in a space-efficient manner. The hydration sleeve not only keeps your water close by, but also doubles as a removable Sidekick daypack for quick day trips, summit hikes, or supply runs into town on a thru-hike. There's also a Gription lumbar pad for extra support, and the entire system adjusts vertically and horizontally for a customized fit.
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