Gregory Stout 35L Backpack

Gregory Stout 35L Backpack
Gregory Stout 35L Backpack
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Stout 35L Backpack by Gregory
Gregory's Stout 35 Backpack cannot hold 35 liters of every backpacker's favorite beer, but it can hold the essentials needed for overnighters. Its fully adjustable TrailFlex Suspension creates a comfy barrier between your back and your ultralight tent, minimalist sleeping pad, sleeping bag, backpacking stove, water filter, and dry food. Unlike most 35L backpacks, the Stout actually has a steel frame to stabilize the load on rough terrain. Gregory added a rain cover to protect your gear in case you run into any wet weather on the trail.

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