Gregory Sketch 18

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A streamlined look with all the features you need, the Gregory Sketch 18 Daypack is perfect for everything from a grueling day hike to a full day spent on campus or commuting to and from the office. Internal pocket can be used as a hydration sleeve (sold separately) or to stow tablet or 15-in. Laptop. Top zippered security pocket for small items such as phone, wallet or keys; two external, side zippered pockets for small items. Sturdy, padded top grab handle; removable sternum strap. Reflective logo for improved visibility after dark; exterior lash points to clip a bike safety light. Durable materials include 420D nylon on the main body, 840D ballistic polyester on high stress areas and 200D poly on the interior. Imported. Best use: Commuting, Hiking. Frame type: Frameless. Ultralight: No. Gear capacity (L): 18 liter. Gear capacity (cu. in.): 1,099 cubic inches. Weight: 1 pound. Adjustable torso: No. Fits torso: 16 - 20 inches. Fits waist/hips: Unavailable. Material(s): Nylon/ballistic polyester. Suspended mesh back panel: No. Pack loading: Top. Pack access: Top. Number of exterior pockets: 3 + main compartment. Sleeping bag compartment: No. Raincover included: No. Dimensions: Unavailable. Gender: Men's. Available Color(s): Navy Blue, True Black

- Tahoe Mountain Sports

Equally at home on a quick hike and on the way to the work, the clean and elegant Gregory Sketch 18 pack stows your necessities for a quick hike or daily commute.


Slim and streamlined but with plenty of room for a day's worth of hiking or school gear, the Gregory Sketch 18 Backpack is a one-pack quiver for all your single-day adventures. The main compartment holds books or layers, while the internal sleeve fits a laptop or hydration reservoir, depending on your mission, and the top security pocket keeps your keys, phone, or wallet safe when you're on the trail. Two side pockets keep other gear close at hand, while the daisy chain lets you strap things to the outside, and the sternum strap helps keep your load in place.