The Gregory Men's Stout 75L Pack is a top loading pack for week-long backpacking adventures that require plenty of gear. Load 'er up with sleeping bag, tent, food, and more, plus find a SideKick daypack inside that doubles as a hydration sleeve for your reservoir, which is removable for lighter hikes after you've set up camp. The front U-zip panel allows center access to buried gear and the front shove-it pocket keeps rain gear (and an integrated rain cover!) available at a moment's notice. Remove the top lid to shed weight on shorter trips or load it up with small items in the zippered pockets. Additional items can be placed in the dual side vertical pockets and the front daisy chains are stellar lash points for Goal Zero solar panels (panels sold separately). For the electronic hiker. Even if you're not an electronic kinda guy, the TrailFlex wishbone suspension and TrailFit adjustable hipbelt will help you shoulder the weight of your pack, mile after mile.
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