When it comes to backpacking, the Gregory Maven 65L Backpack knows what it's doing. You could even call it an expert, with its efficiently lightweight Aerolon suspension, both load-bearing and comfortable, or with its Gripton Lumbar Pad for enhanced load transfer and energy saving on long trips. The adjustable hipbelt and back height provide the perfect fit for all body types, with well ventilated Matrix foam padding keeping you cool and dry on the trail. Gregory equipped the Maven with plenty of gear loops for ice axe or trekking pole, including sleeping bag multi-straps and a special stash on the shoulder harness for your sunglasses. When you get thirsty, you can take a sip from your hydration bladder, tucked into its own specific spot inside the Maven, or you can grab a bottle from the two side mesh pockets. An integrated rain cover keeps everything dry when you encounter stormy weather, and the hydration stash doubles as a daypack when you're making exploratory trips away from basecamp.
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