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Gregory SPEAR Pack System

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Some old SF buddies got me the information about this…

Rating: rated 5 of 5 stars
Design: Top Loading internal frame rucksack
Size: I would say 7000 with all the pockets
Number of Pockets: 4 side,one top
Max. Load Carried: I've tried it around the block with 100lbs
Height of Owner: 6'13/4" when I went into the service 6' now
Price Paid: ALOT !!!

Some old SF buddies got me the information about this pack system and I finally saved my pennies and bought one, ouch!! But after carrying it on several trips I've got to say it's the best internal frame pack I've ever carried.

It's a Gregory Denali on steriods, way over built, bomb proof, designed and constructed to carry "HUGE" loads in comfort even thou U'r knees might buckle. It's a complete system with a butt pack, day pack, and compression stuff sacks, also comes with snow camo liners. Very impressive. Too many features and attachments to list here, but will say U'll never have to buy another pack cause U'll never wear this one out. It's the heaviest of my packs but then I really don't think U could "blow" a seam even if U load it with rocks.

U can contact me at Roylipson@aol.com if U have any questions .

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Gregory SPEAR Pack System

Discontinued

The SPEAR Pack System has been discontinued.

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