Gregory Wander 38L Backpack - Kids'

Gregory Wander 38L Backpack - Kids'
Gregory Wander 38L Backpack - Kids'
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Wander 38L Backpack - Kids' by Gregory
The smallest pack to utilize Gregory's VersaFit suspension system, the Gregory Kids' Wander 38 Backpack accommodates rapidly growing kids by adjusting to varying torso sizes. This 38-liter pack is ideal for weekends in the wilderness, overnight camping, and strenuous day trips where extra gear is required. Its top-loading main compartment offers ample room for all their clothing, outerwear, and camping equipment, and it accommodates a sleeping bag within the zippered bottom compartment. The stretch-mesh front pocket separates wet gear and dirty clothing from the pack's inner contents. External carry loops clutch trekking poles when they're not in use. Plus, the zippered hip belt pockets facilitate easy-access to trail snacks and small necessities, such as cash, keys, and phones.

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SKU: GRE004X
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