Also for me it's one of the best - or better the best…
Also for me it's one of the best - or better the best daypack I've ever owned. Lightweight, durable and perfect for different conditions and loadings.
The worst thing is that it's not produced anymore. If I could i would immediately buy one for my back up.
So, if anybody knows... ???
Greetings from Germany ;o)
This is a great, rugged, daypack. Strongly constructed…
Design: see product description
Number of Pockets: see product description
Max. Load Carried: 30 pounds
Height of Owner: 6'
Price Paid: $80
This is a great, rugged, daypack. Strongly constructed of great materials. I was tired of the ultralight daypacks when used for rough duty day in and day out. This pack is perfect except for the lack of a leather bottom (remember those?).
I also like the fact that the waist belt can be looped around the "front" of the pack and secured so that it is out of the way for light loads when I don't want to bother with it.
The only downside to this pack is that Gregory doesn't make it any more and it's hard to find!
Here's what other sites are saying:
On Sale. Free Shipping. Gregory Kyro Daypack (Fall 2006) A thoroughly dependable switch hitter, the Kyro gets it done no matter how rough the topography. The front utility pocket easily accommodates a variety of backcountry tools, while the flexible and supportive Exo-Frame allows torsional side to side flexibility for freedom of movement. One Size: 1300 cubic inches / 22 liters 2 lbs. 8 oz. / 1.3 kg Suspension Exo-Frame I beam ventilation All terrain harness Minimalist low profile waistbeltPack Panel access Front compression utility pocket Auto draining side-stretch stash pockets Cross-over compression system Water resistant zippers Hydration sleeve and port Ski tail stabilizers Fleece lined sunglasses pocket with water resistant zipper Zippered waistbelt pocket Removable ice axe loop and keeper
NEW FOR 2005. A thoroughly dependable switch hitter; the Kyro gets it done no matter how r
- Snow Leopard Mountain Sports