The Gregory Men's Tempo D 1.5L Pack is a lumbar pack for trail runs. Whether it's your daily workout or a longer weekend run, the moisture-wicking mesh on the inside of the belt is comfortable and chafe free. The included 24 ounce bottle keeps hydration close by and the dual zippered hipbelt pockets hold your keys, moleskin, and any other small item you may need. The handy shock cord next to the water bottle holster secures a rain shell or extra layer so you can finish the run, even if the weather takes a turn for the worse.
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FEATURES of the Gregory Men's Tempo D 1.5L Pack
Offset single-hook hipbelt closure
Diagonal bottle holster
Twin zippered hipbelt pockets
Single expanding mesh rear pocket
Shock-cord external retainer
Custom Gregory .5L/24 oz water bottle included
Hose managment system
Dedicated trekking z-pole pocket
Large pockets deeper and more secure side pockets
D1.5 easy-access pockets, and bungeed rain coat stash
D1.5 hook closure easy, slip hook closure on hipbelt-style pack
External mesh waterbottle pockets on all shoulder packs
Panel-access, main zippered, compartment on all shoulder packs
Internal security pocket with key leash
Dual stretch mesh harness pockets
5.5 x 21 x 3 in.
70 D nylon
Water Bottle Pockets, Hip Belt, Hip Belt Pockets
Day Hiking, Hydration, Climbing, Running, Multisport
Rated 5 out of
That one guy from
Pack of the gods!!!The back panel that holds the bottle is pretty rigid and provides a lot of support. There's a small stretch pocket for trash after you finish off your chews I'm guessing. Two generously sized zippered pockets on the side. Used for carrying around my marble collection or you can easily fit 2 cliff bars per pocket. Elastic draw string for carrying around your favorite kite or lite weight top. Doesn't use a buckle to attach the waist band. Uses some kind of voodoo. It's a plastic piece with a small opening that slips down onto a small loop of a fairly stiff feeling plasticy(made up word) material that feels sturdy. So a combination of gravity and tension keeps it together and on those rockin' hips of yours. Sadly haven't got to rock as many miles in this as I would like. The only slight downside I would say is the basic "backpack strap" material used. While it is about 2 inches wide I don't feel it's bad quality it could just be uncomfortable to some.