Gregory Denali Pro 105 Pack

Gregory Denali Pro 105 Pack is rated 4.7273 out of 5 by 11.
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Product Description Item No.   10079269

The Denali Pro 105 Pack by Gregory is the most technical expedition pack available offering time tested performance in every category: fit, support, accessibility, and durability.

FEATURES of the Gregory Denali Pro 105 Pack

  • Auto-Cant harness system
  • Adjust-A-Cant waistbelt
  • Flo-Form II waistbelt
  • Flo-Form II shoulder harness
  • Flo-Form II backpanel
  • Full length flex framesheet
  • Twin 7075-T6 aluminum stays
  • Front pocket provides additional storage and pack access
  • Top pocket converts to a fanny pack
  • Side mesh pockets with ski tail pass-throughs
  • Vinyl reinforced gear loops
  • Full compression system
  • Comfortably carries 70+ pounds
  • Dyneema and 500D Cordura nylon fabrics

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Rated 4 out of 5 by from Professional Grade - worth the price and weight I couldn't find any "bad" reviews for the Denali, except for it’s weight. However, this is due to this packs ability to distribute/stabilize loads + good materials. If you're hauling 75lbs, what's an xtra few lbs of base-pack weight, especially if it makes the 75lbs feel like 25?I have a 17" torso = Small pack, but got Med shoulder straps / hip belts. My first impression: This thing is pro- grade. The materials are all heavy duty, ample stitching, zippers/buckles/ webbing/mesh/ etc are all heavy duty. My 1st trek was 9 mi with 45lbs (no issues). Subsequent treks, with loads up to 75 lbs & the pack still feels great. My body doesn't nearly get as fatigued or sore as with other packs.
Date published: 2011-01-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Pack! Very versatile. I bought this pack with thoughts of using it in a variety of conditions from Alaska to the Appalachian Trail. It is easily adjustable and the compression straps allow adjusting from around 4500 to 7000 cu. in. with the large pack size. I agree with other reviews that I've read: the zipper for the sleeping bag compartment is too small for an expedition bag. Bags must be loaded from the top. Overall a great bag for the $. I liked the fact that it was made in the good old USA as well. From what I could find, this was the only Gregory bag in this class that was not made elsewhere!
Date published: 2010-01-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from THE pack for expeditions As with everything -- clothing, gloves, shoes-- I am an in between size. I'm about 5'8" with a 31" waste, and the Medium Denali Pro I have fits maybe a touch large... the small just doesn't cut it though. Still, the pack carries weight like a champ and really has some fantastic features. I worried that the sleeping bag compartment would be too small, but it opens up well and works greats. The big pocket on the back opens to the main compartment with a zippered divider and is a great place to store things like rain gear that you might want to get at in a hurry. The lid is super easy to remove, which is great because you can put it into the pack when climbing. All-in-all, I have been super psyched about this pack.
Date published: 2014-03-12
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Durable big load mountain pack Will carry fairly large loads without discomfort, yet cinches down for use as a day pack. Likely struggle a bit with loads much over 80 lbs., however. Durable and construction quality seems good; has a a reputation for developing squeeks.,,The main criticism of this pack is the sleeping bag compartment: the access is small. Winter bags have to be dropped in from the top. Neither are deal breakers though. One of the better chices among mountain packs. 4/5 stars.
Date published: 2009-10-31
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 10 years and still going strong! I love this pack. I flew it around the world in '00-'01 and it worked like a champ. I regularly have it loaded to the gills with 80+ pounds and it feels great. its been 10 years in activity and it still works like new, minus the little bit of dirtiness of course. Ill be taking it back to New Zealand in a few months and I know it will be the best pack I could ever have.
Date published: 2010-01-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from A Load Hauler This pack has room for everything. That's both the good news and the bad news. After you empty it out and pick it up, you spend 5 minutes looking through the pack trying to figure out where that 5 pound rock is hidden. Also, being the guy with the big pack usually means you're the guy that has room for that extra bottle of fuel or sack of potatoes.
Date published: 2010-08-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 15 years of use, still can't beat this pack. Going on year 16 with this pack (same one, same harness, all original straps) which either means I don't get in as many trips as I used to, or this thing just can't be destroyed. Blew my back out recently, still hiked 4 days with 45 lbs and didn't feel it. 80 feels the same as 45.,,,,Hiking with the family? There's plenty of room for them inside (only sort of kidding... it has crossed my mind that if my kid gets injured, he can sit inside the pack with his legs out the sleeping bag compartment.... or my dog can do the same for that matter),,,,Leading a trip? No problem, except students will think you are going to carry their extras for them.,,,,Doing a "real" trip? Then you already know that this pack has withstood the test of countless expeditions and my review is meaningless in light of those trips to famous places by famous people. ,,,,If you are still reading this- 5'9" 33" waist and 18" torso- size Med. The fit is a little large, meant for winter use. But SO comfortable.
Date published: 2014-05-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from For big loads this is a great pack. I used this pack on a recent trip to climb Denali. It was by far the most popular pack on the mountain, and for good reason. It performed perfectly and was very comfortable with 60-70 loads while pulling a sled. The only improvement I would suggest is to enlarge the opening for the sleeping bag.
Date published: 2008-06-27
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