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UM21 Backpack

rated 4.5 of 5 stars Still relevant. Do you abuse gear? Do you hike off-trail, through brush, over rocks and don't want to worry about a branch tearing a hole in the latest, lightest and most expensive nano-fabric? Have you passed through the ultralight gear stage and want a pack (or in addition to UL) that lasts longer than two seasons and doesn't require kid gloves treatment?  Do you really like straps? If yes to any or all of those then this may be the pack for you. Fit: Tons of adjustment to fit almost any body… Full review

Baltoro 65

rated 5 of 5 stars I’ve crossed around 1,000 miles over the past six months with this pack, carrying an average weight of 36 pounds. I could never imagine a backpack can be so comfortable and make the weight just disappear. I’ve crossed around 1000 miles the past 6 months with this pack, carrying an average weight of 36 pounds, I could never imagine a backpack can be so comfortable and make the weight just disappear. This is the 2016 model. Suspension: Superb. I have no idea how they made it, but this pack just… Full review

Stout 75

rated 4.5 of 5 stars This pack is a beast. If you have a lot of volume to carry this is the pack for you. Remains comfortable with a heavy load. Pocket arrangements allow for organized packing. The Gregory Stout fits quite well and sits comfortably on shoulders and hips. That being said I do not wear a belt when backpacking as the pack drives the belt into my hips, which is uncomfortable. Hip belts and shoulder and sternum straps are all adjustable and easy to adjust on the fly. The foam on the back and hip belts provide… Full review

Baltoro 65

rated 5 of 5 stars Super comfortable pack with the best harness! Great organizational features and pack access. I just love this pack. Although it is heavier than other packs with the same capacity, it is so comfortable  that you don't even notice it. Great angled water bottle side pocket. Multiple access points to reach your gear so that you don't have to empty its entire contents.  Full review

Baltoro 85

rated 5 of 5 stars Comes with pack: rain fly, small hydration pack, and waterproof phone compartment. Fit is great. Call Gregory, the company people are nice and easy to work with. The 85 is very comfortable to carry. Lots of room, but not so much that you will be bring too much gear. The pack can be top loaded and you can get to the main compartment from the front. Compression is very good. It has straps all over and this makes it easy for compressing the pack. Zippers work easy. Only just purchased this pack. 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