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Salvo 28

rated 4.5 of 5 stars The Gregory Salvo 28 liter backpack is, quite simply, an awesome, well designed backpack, featuring great suspension and a ventilation system that actually works. It's perfect for long day hikes with room for all the gear you'd need for pretty much any adventure. I have to admit, when I look at daypacks, one of my top priorities is lots of pockets, cubby holes, and other ways to sort and store my gear. Perhaps it's because I carry lots of stuff—even when out on day hikes—and I like to be able… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Gregory packs are very easy to use and offer excellent storage options. This pack is very light, yet holds a ton. It's also very well made and has features that larger packs have. This is an excellent day pack or "over nighter" for men and women. I wanted to wait till I used this pack a few times before I reviewed it. I just used this pack for the fifth time in the last couple of months and I love it. I have about 45 miles on it and it appears to be very rugged and light. The backpack includes… Full review

Baltoro 75

rated 4 of 5 stars A good beginner pack that is durable and well made. A good beginner pack that is durable and well made... Fit: The pack when fitted well is very comfortable to wear. I wore it backpacking into the Grand Canyon and it served me well. Comfort: Very comfortable to wear. Once on, I almost forget it is there. Capacity: When going into a reseller they advised me that the capacity of all sizes were the same and that is not true. The large is 75 liters, the medium 73 liters, and the small 71 liters. This… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Used it for ten years and easily the most comfortable pack I have ever known in over 50 years of packing. I have never put a load in it which it could not carry comfortably. I have a very short torso, but fit is perfect. No problems carrying for ten hours even though I have lower back problems. I like the simplicity and the fact that it limits carrying unnecessary stuff. Only one wish is detachable pockets for those times you need them—but not often. Full review

Sage 35

rated 5 of 5 stars Great backpack for women! Highly recommend the medium for average height females. Tried this item on in a Gander Mountain Store. I like it. Had previously been using a spare pack that my boyfriend had, which was quite a bit large for me. I loved this, one but couldn't afford to buy it at the time. Unbeknownst to me, he went back for it a few days later and hid it for Christmas! Mine is a grey blue color and I absolutely love it! It makes a huge difference in your hike when your pack fits you right. Full review

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Wayne Gregory founded Gregory Mountain Products in San Diego, Calif., in 1977. In 2010, Black Diamond acquired Gregory Mountain Products. In 2014, Gregory was sold to Samsonite.

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Gregory Mountain Products
P.O. Box 9015
Temecula, CA 92589

phone: (800) 477-3420