Gregory Kalmia 28

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Specs

Weight 2 lb 3 oz / 980 g

Manufacturer's Description

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Retailers' Descriptions

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CLOSEOUTS . A versatile, roomy daypack, the Gregory Kalmia 28 backpack has plentiful storage, two compartments and a hydration sleeve that accommodates laptops up to 17andquot;. Available Colors: OBSIDIAN BLACK, BASALT, BLACK, PRUSSIAN BLUE.

- Sierra Trading Post

Perfect for days when you have more gear to haul out to yourdestination, the Kalmia has easy access to its large main compartmentand a couple of stash pockets to tuck away your valuables in.Features: 3D foam harness for all day comfort Flexible, molded 3D foam backpanel Hydration port and sleeve Front gusseted pocket Offset zipper allows for wide panel opening to main compartment Interior mesh organizer Second padded compartment with pockets insulated hydration reservoir or can fit most laptops Top stash pocket with key clip Crossover front compression straps Adjustable ice axe/trekking pole loops Waistbelt with elastic loop to tuck away when not in use Side mesh pocket 420 D fabric and a wear-resistant 1680 D ballistic bottom panel Specs: 1709 cu. in. / 28L 1 lb. 8 oz.

- Mountains Plus

Go deeper into your adventure with the ample Gregory Kalmia 28 Daypack, a easy-carrying pack that can carry comfortably for mile to come. Front gusseted pocket easily accommodates a variety of backcountry tools, while the flexible, molded 3-D foam backpanel allows torsional side to side flexibility for freedom of movement.

- Mountain Gear

Technical enough for the slopes, yet slick enough for the coffee shop. Gregory's Kalmia 28 is a large daypack made for everyday use.

- EMS

Gregory Kalmia 28

previously retailed for:
$60.00 - $119.00

The Gregory Kalmia 28 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen June 5, 2014 at Sierra Trading Post.

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