Gregory Tempo D1.5

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Gregory Men's Tempo D 1.5L Pack FEATURES of the Gregory Men's Tempo D 1.5L Pack Offset single-hook hipbelt closure Diagonal bottle holster Twin zippered hipbelt pockets Single expanding mesh rear pocket Shock-cord external retainer Custom Gregory .5L/24 oz water bottle included Hose managment system Dedicated trekking z-pole pocket Weathershield pocket Large pockets deeper and more secure side pockets D1.5 easy-access pockets, and bungeed rain coat stash D1.5 hook closure easy, slip hook closure on hipbelt-style pack External mesh waterbottle pockets on all shoulder packs Panel-access, main zippered, compartment on all shoulder packs Internal security pocket with key leash Dual stretch mesh harness pockets Reflective safety

- Moosejaw

The Gregory Tempo D1. 5 Lumbar Pack was built with two simple pursuits in mind: running and hydration. The Wraptor harness stabilizer keeps the pack optimally situated in the lumbar area of your back, which effectively eliminates bounce as you crush the miles. A diagonal holder keeps the included Hydrapak DualBot water bottle close at hand for easy thirst quenching, and multiple pockets keep energy gels, keys, and other essentials securely stowed.

- Backcountry.com

Stay hydrated while on the move with a hydration waistpack that offers easy access to the included water bottle, and stable carry of your running essentials.

- REI

Stay hydrated on your long distance training runs with Gregory's Tempo D 1.5 Lumbar Pack. The angled bottle holder makes it easy to get out and put away your bottle on the move. Two stretch-mesh pockets on either side store your small essentials like keys, energy bars, or a phone.

- Mountain Gear

Gregory's Tempo D1.5 places the bottle on a diagonal for easy in and out access, optimally situated in the lumbar area of the back for stability and balance. Two extra stretch mesh pockets included for small items such as gel packs or electrolytes and trail trash that needs to make it back to the car.

- CampSaver.com