Discontinued: replaced by Gregory Stout 75
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On Sale. Free Shipping. Gregory Z75 Pack FEATURES of the Gregory Z75 Pack Jetstream LTS Suspension Dual hydration ports and internal sleeve Side, bottom and top compression Dual quick access waistbelt pockets Exterior side pockets with pass through compression Water-resistant zippers Top load access Redesigned, large capacity front pocket with half-moon zipper access Streamlined daisy chains that are partially hidden so they won't get snagged Extended LTS internal frame Beefy 13mm EVA foam harnesses for more comfort on the shoulders SPECIFICATIONS of the Gregory Z75 Pack Fabric: 210D double diamond ripstop and 210D x 420D HD flat weave fabrics The SPECS for Small Volume: 4211 cubic inches / 69 liter Weight: 4 lbs 7 oz / 2.0 kg The SPECS for Medium Volume: 4577 cubic inches / 75 liter Weight: 4 lbs 11 oz / 2.1 kg The SPECS for Large Volume: 4943 cubic inches / 81 liter Weight: 4 lbs 15 oz / 2.2 kg
You asked for it, and Gregory delivered. The Gregory Z 75 Backpack is the latest addition to the Z Series packs, built to get you adventuring further and longer with the same sleek design, ventilating comfort, and trail-savvy features that you love about the Z 65.
CLOSEOUTS . Gregory's Z75 backpack is built for backpackers who aren't afraid of heavy loads. The JetStream LTS suspension offers ample support, and front panel access to the main compartment keeps your overnights organized, letting you focus on fun. Available Colors: GRANITE GREY, NAVY BLUE, EMBER ORANGE. Sizes: S, L, M.
The Gregory Z75 Pack offers an updated front pocket that includes streamlined daisy chains, great load carrying capabilities and Gregory's Jetstream suspension with great ventilation and innovation.
The Z 75 is a lightweight backpacking marvel. Gregory pulled out all the stops on this streamlined pack to make it a light and efficient weight carrier. Weighing less than 5 pounds, the Z 75 can carry up to 50 pounds of gear with ease and keep you cool on the trail thanks to its Jetstream LTS suspension that allows for airflow through all of your hotspots. Plenty of compression straps allow you to get rid of excess space in your pack and partially hidden daisy chains with dual ice axe loops offer you plenty of outside strapping options. When you really need to get to your gear, either enter through the traditional top-loading access or through the horseshoe zipper on the front panel.
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