The Miwok 24 Backpack is one of the cleanest packs around, and even though Gregory designed it for rugged hiking, peak bagging, and mountain biking, it won't be out of sorts if you take it into town for a different kind of business. Designed to mimic the way flexible tendons and solid bones work in your body, Gregory's BioSync ATS suspension system reacts to your every move with flexible connectors that join the shoulder straps to the waist belt and back frame, giving the Miwok unprecedented movement and flexibility. Padded mesh makes the shoulder straps, waist belt, and back panel highly breathable, too, so you don't get excessively sweaty when you're bike commuting or boulder hopping.Gregory equipped the Miwok with a hydration sleeve for your own reservoir and a tube clip at the shoulder strap to stop the hose from flopping around. The expandable front pocket is perfect for extra layers or a helmet, and a front clip makes it easy to attach a bike light when you're biking home from work or the trailhead. Side pockets hold water bottles, a top stash keeps your keys safe, and two zippered compartments on the hip belt keep a compass or small snack handy, because the only thing worse than getting lost is getting lost while you're hungry.
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