The Gregory Men's Stout 35L Pack is a hiking pack for short summer nights in the backcountry. Backed by TrailFlex wishbone suspension and a TrailFit adjustable hipbelt, it's sturdy and strong to transfer the load to your lumbar region. The center spine channel keeps you from getting all steamed up at the back so you can continue on the trail. The 35 liter top loading pack has a fixed lid with zippered compartments for your headlamp and smaller items and a U-zip access at the bottom for quickly reaching your sleeping bag or hammock. Hidden right at the inside of the shove-it pocket is an integrated rain cover. It's not mandatory, but I totally store my rain jacket in that shove-it pocket, organization is cool. The daisy chains running along the front outside of the pack are slim to trim the weight and prepped and ready to hang onto a Goal Zero solar panel as you hike. Just soakin' up rays for energy.
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