Throw all your trail running gear in the Gregory Women's Avos 10 Hydration Backpack before rushing out the door to squeeze in an after-work jaunt before the sun goes down. Streamlined stability defines this pack, what, with the included tool pouch and gear organizer, as well as the adjustable Shift RS suspension system that customizes an exact position, keeping you moving in secure, supportive comfort. Speaking of the suspension system, this pack's hipbelt can be adjusted vertically to ride higher or lower on your back for bounce-free performance, while the EVAP moisture-wicking tech in the backpanel and shoulder straps lock down cool, breathable comfort all day long. Then, the included 3D Hydro reservoir keeps drinking water right where you want it when you need it, and also uses soft-molded QuickDry technology for an anatomical fit on your back. The magnetic sternum strap allows for one-handed buckling and has an integrated magnetic linkage for the DryLock bite valve to make sipping easy. Plus, a bevy of zippered pockets, along with bike-dedicated organizers for your tire and shock pumps, spare tubes, and energy bars, ensure that all of your on-trail essentials are safely traveling along for the adventure.
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