Gregory Tempo H1

Retailers' Descriptions

Here's what other sites are saying:

As a stand-alone training partner or a supplement to your ultra-distance shoulder pack, this hydration waistpack keeps your hydration close and essential extras handy in a low-profile lumbar design.


The Gregory Tempo H 1 Lumbar Pack makes sure that you stay hydrated no matter how many miles you are running. The horizontal bottle holder helps keep you balanced as your bottle drains and gives you access from both sides so you always have access to it. Small side pockets hold your on-trail essentials like energy gels, a cell phone, or keys.

- Mountain Gear

Gregory's Tempo H1 holds the water bottle flat and horizontal in the lumbar area, allowing for access from either side and providing a more balanced weight placement. Minimalist pocket for the bare necessities.


On Sale. Gregory Tempo H 1 Lumbar Pack FEATURES of the Gregory Tempo H 1 Lumbar Pack Fluid Mechanics design Slim hook closure Stout water bottle pocket can accommodate most bottles up to 24 oz Hydrapak DualBot 24 oz water bottle has option of Jet-Squeeze hydration or traditional pop and flow Reflective Graphics Wraptor stabilizer for a no-bounce carry Horizontal bottle carry for bi-directional access Zippered waist belt pocket Stash side pocket Quick-stash cord for rain shell stow Lash point for blinking light SPECIFICATIONS of the Gregory Tempo H 1 Lumbar Pack Weight: 6 oz / 175 g Volume: 61 cubic inches / 1 liter Click to download some super information on how to properly Fit a Gregory Pack .

- Moosejaw

Gregory Tempo H1

previously retailed for:
$21.73 - $37.97

The Gregory Tempo H1 is not available from the stores we monitor. It was last seen January 13, 2016 at REI.

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