Gregory Jade 53
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The Zulu and Jade replace the Z/J series for 2016, and these streamlined, updated, lightweight packs feature a redesigned, low-profile CrossFlo ventilated suspension, improved shoulder harness design, and a new lumbar platform that provides increased comfort in all terrain. Lower profile cargo compartments improve balance while a new front stretch pocket makes it easier to grab and stash gear on the go. Meanwhile, Gregory added new fabrics and reinforcements to increase durability, and they flipped the U-zipper main access panel upside down for easier packing and unloading.Designed to strike the balance between daypacks and trekking packs, the Jade 53 is perfect for the trips you actually have the time to take: overnights, long weekends, and four-day, three-night stays in the backcountry. The new CrossFlo suspension better supports multi-day loads over long distances, while its ventilated trampoline backpanel design keeps you cool on short and long hikes in all kinds of weather.
The updated women's Gregory Jade 53 pack features a redesigned, low-profile ventilated suspension, improved shoulder harness and updated lumbar platform that provide increased comfort in all terrain.
Free Shipping. Gregory Women's Jade 53L Pack FEATURES of the Gregory Women's Jade 53L Pack Front U-zip main compartment access panel Bottom sleeping bag access panel Floating, removable top pocket with zippered security pocket and key clip Bottom compression straps with quick-release buckles Dual-density hipbelt and shoulder harness foam for improved heavy load stability Enhanced lumbar foam layering for increased load-bearing comfort Front stretch-woven stuff pocket with surface-mounted quick-release buckle closure Dual stretch mesh side pockets Cross-over side compression straps with ultra-durable quick-release buckles Dual zippered hipbelt pockets Integrated rain cover in a dedicated external access pocket that doubles as accessory storage in mild weather Multi Straps- removable via girth hitch, adjustable straps that can be positioned at multiple lash points on the exterior of the pack for carrying a sleeping pad, outerwear, camp shoes, etc Independent tool and trekking pole attachment loops Internal hydration sleeve with hose management Sunglass stash on shoulder harness for quick access