The Gregory Deva 60 Women's Backpack combines serious capacity with plush comfort to make your next two- or three-day adventure one to remember. An adjustable Response AFS suspension lets you dial in a comfortable, personalized ride, and the pre-curved LifeSpan harness and EVA foam LifeSpan hip belt pivot independently to conform to your body and keep you balanced on tough terrain. The back panel is also thermo-molded for comfort and has a cushy lumbar pad to effectively transfer load weight to your hips. The Deva's adjustability and comfort make it stand out, but it's also optimized for multi-day storage. Speaking of, the removable lid has two pockets and doubles as a lumbar pack if you're going on short explorations or summit strolls, while the pockets on the front, side, and hip belt keep layers, snacks, maps, and other essentials where you can reach them. Gregory also built in a hideaway water bottle pocket on the side of the pack and included a hydration-compatible sleeve with multiple easy-to-feed hose ports. Then, a series of lash points, loops, and compression straps hold trekking poles or sleeping pads, and the DWR-coated water-resistant zippers and reinforced bottom help stop the elements from sogging your sleeping bag and interfering with your beauty sleep.
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