The Gregory Women's Amber 44L Pack is a hiking pack for short weekend trail adventures. The pack is traditional top loading with a removable top lid for securing small items or ditching for lighter-weight treks. The bottom panel opens with a U-zip for quick access to a sleeping bag or bivy, with sleeping pad straps on the outside. The TrailFlex suspension provides excellent load transfer to your lumbar and hipbelt area for comfortable carry of heavier loads. Lash extra gear or a solar panel to the daisy chains running down either side of the pack front and move along the trail.
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FEATURES of the Gregory Women's Amber 44L Pack
Bottom zip-access to main compartment for easy sleeping bag storage
Dual water bottle/accessory pockets expand to hold all your on-trail needs and compress when not in use
Dual hipbelt pockets hold electronic devices, snacks
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
Rated 5 out of
Great Pack!Bought this pack for my girlfriend about a month ago for the month long cross country trip we are currently on. It has been working flawlessly. It is so comfortable, and fits a surprising amount of clothes and camp gear. Perfect size for carry on luggage and long weekend excursions! Gregory makes some of the best packs out there in my opinion!
Date published: 2015-12-14
Rated 5 out of
Great fit, very comfortable!I bought this to take my dog hiking and it is such a perfect bag. Plenty of space for all of the small items I need to carry. It is a perfect fit too. Very comfortable.
Date published: 2016-10-20
Rated 5 out of
Great Multipurpose PackGreat multipurpose pack! I am a 5’8” 120lb female and bought a medium pack in the summer of 2015. Though I didn’t know much about the pack at the time, I’ve come to love using it for day hikes, rock climbing, traveling, and backpacking. When going on day hikes or scrambling to a climbing crag, this bag holds plenty of stuff, yet it is light enough to use for just a few things as well. During a two week trip to Nicaragua, I packed this bag to the max, carrying enough essentials in it alone and keeping the weight manageable. I think that 44 liters is a good size for me to be able to bring everything I need, but not so big that I would over pack. Though, I did realize that having this pack filled to its max would make it too heavy for me to carry for long periods of time. And a pack any bigger would just allow me to add more weight. In addition, I recently took this pack out on a 42 mile backpacking trip on the Ozark Trail. Though I did not have my pack completely full it was still very heavy with four days’ worth of food and three liters of water. It wasn’t long into the trip and my shoulders started hurting. My boyfriend graciously took some of the weight and that pain went away. Then I cinched down the hip belt nice and tight around my hips and that also helped relive the pressure on my shoulders. Sometimes there is a notion that if you are hurting it must be your pack’s fault, but sometimes it’s really just the amount of weight you are able to carry.
This pack has great features and the colors are nice and bold (red, navy and robin egg). The water bottle pockets are large and deep and mostly accessible with the pack on. The lid has multiple compartments that keep small things organized and the vertical pouch is handy. I also put elastic straps and cord locks on the lid and body using the gear loops, giving a few additional spots to stick things like jackets. To be even better, this pack could have bigger hip-belt pockets and a more breathable back panel. Overall, I am pleased with this backpack and will continue to use it for a variety of activities.
What size of hydration pack is compatible with this backpack?
Asked by: Samantha
Hiya Samantha, thanks for your question! Any 2 or 3 liter hydration bladder will fit inside this pack. Hope this helps!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-12-05
Does this bag have multiple compartments inside?
Asked by: sam_anderson93
Hiya Sam, thanks for your question! There is a pocket on the front of the pack, a zippered pocket that stores the included rain cover, and a pocket in the main compartment. There are a few small zippered pockets on the removable top lid. Hope this helps!