Gregory Diablo 6


Weight 1 lb / 450 g
Volume 320 cu in / 5.5 L

Manufacturer's Description

An ultralight hydration pack that's heavy on features, the Diablo 6 fits your reservoir, a shell and some bars. Two waistbelt pockets and a front mesh pocket are perfect for any overflow and the front bungee cord helps compress it all down into a stable sack.

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Retailers' Descriptions

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Forget about taking those boring black rectangular corporate couriers anywhere other than work.


When the devil went down to Georgia, he thought it was hotter than hell. When you start running up Springer Mountain, make sure you have the Gregory Diablo 6 Daypack to stay hydrated when the temps start to make hell look comforting.


On Sale. Free Shipping. Gregory Diablo 6 Pack FEATURES of the Gregory Diablo 6 Packs Bio-Sync ATS Suspension Aero-Mesh backpanel Hydration port and sleeve with tube management system on the harness Adjustable sternum strap Dual waistbelt pockets Side mesh pockets Fleece-lined media pocket Interior mesh organizer and key clip Webbing loop for securing bicycle light or reflector 70d UTS coated nylon Fits up to a 2 liter reservoir Front stretch mesh pocket with compression and overflow bungee cord SPECIFICATIONS of the Gregory Diablo 6 Packs Volume: 320 cubic inches / 5.5 liter Weight: 1 lb / 450 g Click to download some super information on how to properly Fit a Gregory Pack .

- Moosejaw

CLOSEOUTS . Gregoryand#39;s Diablo 6 backpack is an ultralight daypack thatand#39;s ideal for trail running. The hydration-friendly design features BioSync technology that allows the pack and suspension to move with the body. Available Colors: SPARK ORANGE.

- Sierra Trading Post

Gregory Diablo 6

previously retailed for:
$34.48 - $69.95

The Gregory Diablo 6 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen March 21, 2015 at

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