Gregory Maya 40L Backpack - Women's

Gregory Maya 40L Backpack - Women's
Gregory Maya 40L Backpack - Women's
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Maya 40L Backpack - Women's by Gregory
The Maya 40L packs everything you need for a full day in the mountains or a light overnight, without feeling oversized for shorter hikes or even treks around town. Biosync suspension technology distributes your load's weight to make it comfortably bearable over long distances in demanding terrain.

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SKU: GREZ05H
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