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Gregory Pyr

rated 5.0 of 5 stars

The Pyr has been discontinued. If you're looking for something new, check out the best daypacks for 2024.

photo: Gregory Pyr daypack (under 35l)

Just go out and get one. It's worth it. - Nuff said.

Design: Deceptively large room in small pack
Size: 1100 cu. in.
Number of Pockets: 4
Max. Load Carried: 15 ish
Height of Owner: 5'11''
Price Paid: $44.75

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The Pyr (a slimmed down version of Gregory’s Icarus) is designed for shorter, lighter outings and mountain biking. The Pyr offers just enough space (1,150 cubic inches) to carry what you need for a lightweight day out or a big adventure on your mountain bike. The pack features zip-through access to your hydration system, a large main compartment, an expandable exterior stuff-it pocket that will hold a helmet or extra layers, and four side pockets for energy gels, food, or an iPod.

A webbing waist belt keeps things slim for use on the bike, but attaches into the pack’s body at multiple points, for a snug ride. A breathable AeroTech mesh back panel ensures airflow and siliconized G30 fabric keeps things light.


Price MSRP: $79.00
Historic Range: $47.40-$79.00
Reviewers Paid: $44.75
Hydration compatible
Cargo capacity 1150 cubic inches
Weight 1 lb 8 oz

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