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Salvo 24

rated 5 of 5 stars Great little pack for a day hike! This pack is perfect for a day hike. Right amount of organizational pockets that let you place your gear for quick and easy access. Nice vented back panel that breathes and wicks away moistUre. Hip belt with small pockets to store quick access items. Not too small and not too big. Just perfect! Full review

Baltoro 65

rated 5 of 5 stars A great pack, with nice features and very well made! I am fairly new to backpacking and have been building my gear through the years. I have always used a more inexpensive pack and wanted to upgrade. WOW! I cannot believe how much a quality product makes a difference. I received this pack from Gregory for testing in exchange for a review. I am so lucky that they chose me to test and review this product. I have had it only a week and have already taken it for 50+ miles, with 40+ lbs. in it, on many… Full review

Endo 15

rated 5 of 5 stars Gregory's new Endo 15 offers a feature-rich hydration pack with their latest technology and famed reliability. The Endo 15 is not limited to one activity, but useful for all you can dream up! Gregory Endo 15 Mountain Bike Hydration Pack PROS Superb hydration bladder Multiple storage compartments Padded zippered pocket Dual zippered hip-belt pouches Magnetic sternum strap clip Separate, removable tool kit bag Flasher attachment CONS Hydration hose tad short for sternum magnet Hip belt pockets need… Full review

Sucia 28

rated 5 of 5 stars We got the Gregory Grandeur Series Sucia 28 with the hopes that it would do double duty as both a camping/weekend pack as well as a school bag my 11-year-old son can take to class and soccer practice. We especially needed a padded area for laptop/iPad as well as enough room for books, notebooks, pencils etc., but also wanted it to hold up for more than a few months. So far it's been the perfect combination of a school/work bag as well as one that holds up for weekend camping. After putting the pack… Full review

Miwok 18

rated 5 of 5 stars Very lightweight, but with enough room to carry everything you'd need for a day trip. Plenty of compression straps, pockets, and space to expand to pack more if needed, but also small enough that it's super easy to carry. My wife won one of these packs in a camping contest, so I stole it from her to try out on our recent Yosemite/California camping trip. The pack is a very lightweight pack (one of its best features) with lumbar and waist cross support straps, a nifty suspension system that kept… Full review

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Wayne Gregory founded Gregory Mountain Products in San Diego, Calif., in 1977. In 2010, Black Diamond acquired Gregory Mountain Products. In 2014, Gregory was sold to Samsonite.

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Gregory Mountain Products
P.O. Box 9015
Temecula, CA 92589

phone: (800) 477-3420