Gregory Maya 16L Backpack - Women's

Gregory Maya 16L Backpack - Women's
Gregory Maya 16L Backpack - Women's
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Maya 16L Backpack - Women's by Gregory
The Gregory Maya 16L Backpack is the companion you want when you're aiming for a fast-and-light summit bid. This pack features a flexible, supportive BioSync suspension system to provide airflow and keep the pack moving with you seamlessly. Side straps enable compression to ensure the contents won't shift and knock you off balance as you scramble, and let you adjust the capacity when you don't need the entirety of its available space. The pack's hydration tube management system keeps the drinking tube within easy reach, so you don't have to divert your attention to take a drink. Dual waist belt pockets and side pockets make it easy to access the things that you need to get to in a hurry, like your camera or a snack.

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SKU: GRE00BA
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