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rated 5 of 5 stars I have used this pack for the last four years in the Southeast primarily. Great comfort, load carrying, and ventilation at a relatively low weight. This is my primary pack for weekend to week long trips. It has the capacity, if you have the right gear, for a winter week trip, at least here in the mid Atlantic and South. At just over 3 lbs, it is on the heavy side for a lightweight pack, but every time I consider going lighter or ultralight the comfort and back ventilation bring me back. I have lower… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Fit, comfort, and space make this my "Go To" pack. Here goes...I have owned this pack and used it well for the last 4-5 years. It has been on the Appalachian Trail, Continental Divide Trail, and various other regional trails from the East Coast to the Rockies. Without fail this has been the best pack I have ever owned. I went in to Campmor (Paramus, N.J.) to purchase the "sexier" Osprey Atmos 65. The salesman compelled me to load up and try on the Z65. I tried so hard not to like it but the comfort,… Full review


rated 5 of 5 stars Owned it for 20 years. To be clear Mr Weatherbottom.... The did make a Robson with carbon fiber stays, early/mid '90s before the "Pro". The Robson Pro, in my opinion, was nothing like the previous pack. And, I would offer Gregory packs don't make anything like they did then. Lighter, maybe, but not as tough. Full review

Contour 60 Pack

rated 4.5 of 5 stars I just got back from a backpacking trip in Colorado Springs. This bag held everything I needed and more. My body felt really great from using this pack. It was loaded down with about 25-30 lbs of gear. My girlfriend would frequently dig in the pack with great ease taking gear in and out. If you want a pack to use with little back worries this is it. I hiked 12 miles on my first 14er with my girlfriend and with no trekking poles. Background Knowledge When I was first shopping for this pack I was… Full review

Savant 48 Pack

rated 4 of 5 stars The Gregory Savant 48 is a great overnight/weekend pack that is lightweight and durable with a simple look. It includes a rain cover, and has some great pockets to store your gear! I really like this pack. You may be asking, "If you really like this pack, why didn't you give it 5 stars?" Well...I'm not infatuated with it. In a way love can be defined as accepting someone despite of their shortcomings or flaws. That being said, I do think that there are some things about this pack that are not perfect,… 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.

Gregory Coverage in the Trailspace Blog

Winter Packs, Trail Runners, American Made: OR Day 2
Packs for backcountry skiing, rando, summit pushes, and expeditions. Nano skis and winter trail runners and hikers. American-made bars for dogs, fine mountain wear, and merino wool socks: Day 2 of Outdoor Retailer. Read more
January 23

Outdoor Retailer Gear Show Highlights
Here are a few packs, sleeping bags, and other gear highlights we spotted from Lowe Alpine, Mountain Equipment, Gregory, Backpacker's Pantry, Jetboil, The North Face, and more. Read more
August 6, 2012

Outdoor Retailer: Hiking Gear Preview
Companies offer a plethora of new hiking and backpacking packs. Apparel not only keeps you warm and dry, but can also cool you down. Trekking poles get lighter and more compact. Read more
July 30, 2012

Gregory overhauls Alpinisto climbing pack
Gregory takes the Alpinisto, one of its classic mountaineering packs first launched in the early 1980s, and completely redesigns it for fall/winter 2012. Read more
January 21, 2012

What Would Santa Wear?
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December 22, 2011

New winter packs for 2009/10
Do you really need a winter pack? New models for 2009/10 answer with a likely "yes" for year-round backcountry travelers. Read more
November 15, 2009


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Temecula, CA 92589

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