Long days can easily stretch into quick overnights, especially if you packed your sleeping bag in the Gregory Amber 34 Women's Backpack before you set out. If you did, it'll be easy to retrieve it from the zipper at the bottom of this technical, versatile pack, and you won't even have to yank all your layers and food out to get to your bag. And if you do want to put on a jacket or have a snack, the extra-large U-zipper at the top of the Amber makes everything easy to find, and the stowaway raincover keeps all your gear dry if your ridgeline traverse takes you under a few afternoon clouds. Rain or shine, Gregory's women's-specific TrailFlex internal suspension takes weight off your shoulders and spreads it across the pivoting TrailFit hip belt, so you don't feel like you've been giving your little cousin a piggyback ride all day long. Pockets at the lid, side, front, and hip belt offer convenient spots to stash food, water, maps, and a shell, while the gear loops and trekking pole/ice axe carry system let you lash extra gear onto the outside of the Amber if you're trying to squeeze in a two night backpacking trip on a whim.
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