A classic trail favorite: The redesigned Gregory Palisade 80 Pack provides all of the features you would expect from a hardcore load hauler, with a fresh new look. Features include the new Response CFS (Custom Fit Suspension), generous front pocket, and hideaway water bottle pocket. Guaranteed to last as long as the memories you make with it.
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FEATURES of the Gregory Palisade 80 Pack
Response CFS Suspension
3D pre-curved harness and waistbelt components
Quick-adjust 5 point angle waistbelt system
Auto-Cant harness system
Dual 7075-t6 aluminum stays and anti-barreling cross-stay
Dual density, ventilated, molded foam back panel
Co-molded, anti-slip lumbar pad
Top pocket converts to a lumbar pack
Hideaway water bottle pocket
Dual waistbelt pockets
Dual hydration ports and sleeve
Water and wear-resistant bottom panel
210D HT double diamond ripstop and broken twill nylon fabrics
6 lbs 3 oz
6 lbs 10 oz
5 lbs 15 oz
Hiking, Expedition, Trekking, Travel
Top, Bottom, Front
210d HT double diamond ripstop and broken twill nylon fabrics
Pack Capacity (Small):
77 liters / 4699 cubic inches
Ventilated Back Panel, Hydration Compatible, Water Bottle Pockets, Water-resistant
Rated 3 out of
Great hauler, but some durability issuesThis pack is a great hauler. I used this pack on a week long mountaineering training trip on Mt. Baker, WA. It carried the heavy load exceptionally well. Some drawbacks with the pack... When comparing to other 80 liter packs, it is a bit on the heavy side. The rubber material on the bottom is not durable (honesty, not sure how it made it through R&D). After my trip, small holes were worn through the bottom exposing the main compartment. That is from just normal sitting the pack on the dirt and rocks. The hip belt has a plastic frame that broke in the plane luggage compartment on the flight home. Gregory's warranty did cover those repairs without a problem.
Date published: 2013-05-09
Rated 4 out of
If you bring the kitchen sink...If you are an "over-packer" - this pack can handle everything you can think to bring into the backcountry... which makes it a great option if you are hiking in and setting up a backcountry basecamp. OR if you "need" specific bulky gear for your excursion. I use this pack primarily for outings where I'm carrying my gear, and extra gear for others... thus it is NOT my "go-to" backpacking pack when I'm trying to log high miles of trail. It is too heavy to be useful for a quick 3-night trip, thus I have a 50L pack for quick trips, and use this beast for basecamp hikes and trips with my young sons.,,,,Love:,,extremely durable,,solid weight distribution to hips,,plenty of storage
Date published: 2013-03-27
Rated 5 out of
Nicolai Oseid from
Great all-rounder, will take on everything you will - and some..I LOVE this company, dedicated to producing the best products as possible; for the costumers, with the customers. Ive had this pack for 3 years, and its great! Probably the best fit of any pack ive had, and what really surprised me how it performs with heavy loads. 25kg+ is no problem. Loads of smart features, some I didn't knew i needed :P Plenty of space, straps, a lot of pockets and separate rooms - but never to much. Never a problem attaching the bigger stuff either, shovels, sleeping mat+ Easy to get to everything with three access points;top, front and bottom. Firm, stiff and adjustable hip belt+can easily adjust the weight distribution. Makin heavy hauling "a walk in the park"
Date published: 2011-02-24
Rated 5 out of
Best pack I've owned. Dominated Europe like the plagueThis pack is amazing. Strappy but not too strappy. Lots of pockets but not annoying. Tons of room. Comfortable sholder pads and support along the back. There really isn't much I could say about this that would be a complaint. I didn't opt for the rain cover and got stuck out in the rain waiting for a hostel to open-- pack dried pretty quickly and most of my stuff was dry on the inside. I, on the other hand, was soaked. Ok, so one complaint might be that I cannot fit inside the pack. I would have been dry otherwise... ,,,,If you are going to Europe or into the wild...take this pack with you.
Date published: 2010-02-15
Rated 5 out of
I did my research and this pack is exactly what I was looking for and it exceeded my expectations.20+ years I have been backpacking with the same group of guys for our annual winter trip. On this 2 night trip it's all out luxury from the steaks to the espressos so we tend to go overweight, but hey itâs just once a year! My original pack finally died, so I bought a medium grade replacement last year. It dang near killed me. Upgraded to the Gregory Palisade this year and WOW. I carried in 75 lbs and it felt like 50. My other trips involve my 2 children (11 & 12). They are usually good with the weight of their pack, clothes, and sleeping bags. Old dad gets everything elseâ¦..and it all fits in this monster. Love the suspension, adjustability, qualityâ¦â¦Soooo glad I bought this pack.
Date published: 2010-03-09
Rated 2 out of
Feels great for me, but a questionable designI have had this pack for over a year, and it has served me very well! Excellent features and I love the pocket system. It feels very comfortable and can haul a big load. However, there is a serious problem with the hipbelt on this pack. It hasn't happened to me yet, but my brother purchased the same pack at the same time and his plastic support on the hipbelt decided to shatter in the wilderness. Many people have complained about this on other sites. I'm liking my pack. Just hoping I won't have to carry all the weight on my shoulders the next time I'm away from civilization with it!
Date published: 2010-08-20
Rated 5 out of
Great pack, very comfortable, stable on the back, and would highly recomend.My initial post was dumped. Although it was creative and thoughtful, I only hope to be able to recreate how awesome and comfortable this pack was for my first hike in about 15 years. Lets say the last pack had an external frame. Big difference this go around. I hauled up to Catherdral Lake in Yosemite for 4 days. It hauled, sleeping pad, bag, clothes, cooking gear, fishing gear, first aide pack, food, bear box, personal toiletries, water and other odds and ends. Lots of external clips for extras. Very comfortable, I had it on from 9 am to 5 pm. Slow steady climbing, no hard spots.
Date published: 2008-06-28
Rated 5 out of
You should probably already own one...Great pack and Gregory is a great brand that I keep finding myself coming back to over and over again. They're definitely pricey, but the quality is worth it. This is a very light and durable pack that has more than enough room for several days at RMNP. The only potential improvement on the design would be the center pocket. It opens to a secondary pocket, which means that if you want to access anything within the main pack, you have to hold everything in the center pocket with your hand (or take it out completely) while doing so. A very minor flaw in an otherwise flawless pack.