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The Gregory Men's Stout 65L Pack is a robust hiking pack for loading up and taking onto the trails for a week long adventure. The 65 liter size is right in the middle, not too hot, nor too cold for hitting up a gear-extensive weekend while also being able to battle out a long week outdoors. The TrailFlex suspension combines with the TrailFit hipbelt to properly distribute loads of up to 45lbs. Beyond the center spine channel on the backpanel, air mesh panels and padded air mesh shoulder straps and hipbelt work to keep your upper body cool. The top loading pack has a removable top lid with zippered pockets, a u-zip access at the front and front shove-it pocket for rain gear. The shove-it pocket doesn't stop there, hidden in a zippered compartment behind there is a rain cover to help keep gear dry in a storm. Lash solar panels to the daisy chains at the front, trekking poles or ice tools via the retainers and loops, and add an extra water bottle or two to the side pockets. The fun doesn't stop there, a SideKick day pack doubles as a hydration sleeve, so you're ready for side jaunts just as much as the trek from camp to camp.
FEATURES of the Gregory Men's Stout 65L Pack
Anti-barreling stay for added stability under heavy loads
Top-loading design with a front U-zip panel
Front vertical-zip accessory pocket
U-zip access top-loading design with a front U-zip panel that opens from top to bottom for rapid access to main body contents
Dual water bottle/accessory pockets
Dual hipbelt pockets
Bottom compression/ sleeping pad straps
Double Barrel lid top lid with dual accessory zip pockets and underside security zip pocket
Shove-it pocket expanding front stuff pocket for quick access to large items
Daisy chain exterior lash points on top lid and front of pack
Side Compression Straps
Trekking pole/ ice axe shock cords and loops
Pack Capacity (Large):
68 Liters / 4150 Cubic inches
Pack Capacity (Small):
64 Liters / 3906 Cubic inches
4 lbs 3 oz
18 - 20 in.
29 x 13 x 11 in.
Torso Range (Large):
20 - 22 in.
Suspension / Stays:
3 lbs 12 oz
29 x 13 x 11 in.
420 HD polyester ripstop, 600 D polyester
26 x 13 x 11 in.
Torso Range (Small):
16 - 18 in.
Pack Capacity (Medium):
65 Liters / 3967 Cubic inches
31 x 13 x 11 in.
Torso Range (Medium):
18 - 20 in.
3 lbs 14 oz
Compression Straps, Detachable Lid, Raincover Included, Hip Belt, Hip Belt Pockets
Rated 5 out of
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The Gregory Stout 65I bought my Gregory Stout 65 about a month ago and have been able to use it on a couple 10 day long hikes on the AT. I love this bag because of its lightweight and comfort. It really sits nicely on my hips and I just forget that I'm carrying anything until I have to reach for my water. That's the only problem... I can't reach my water so I have to carry a small bottle in the hip belt pocket. I'm going to get a water bladder since there is a pocket for one. Other than that love this pack.
Date published: 2016-04-21
Rated 5 out of
Great Value for a multiday packHave not had a chance to take this out yet, but once I do I'll give some updates. Here are my intial thoughts,,,,Pros,, - One of the lighter packs I've had, and comfy for me when packed,, - The U zip access to the main compartment is very handy, and makes packing sleeping bag convenient,, - Exterior clips at bottom of pack allow for sleeping pad attachment,, - Lots of exterior pockets for storing and organizing,, - raincover fits perfectly and does not take up too much pack space,, - pack overall is streamline and not too bulky,,,,,,Cons,, - Wish one of the side pockets had stretchable mesh. They are a little rigid and not terribly versatile. ,, - The integrated day pack is nothing to write home about, it will get the job done though,,,,It's not the fanciest of packs, but my initial impression is that it's a really good value from a respected company. It's not bogged down with the special features of some of the more expensive packs and It will get the job done.