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Granite Gear Virga 2 Pack

Granite Gear Virga 2 Pack is rated 4.8 out of 5 by 4.
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Product Description Item No.   10244208

The Granite Gear Virga 2 Pack is a frameless pack for ultralight backpacking. Space to stuff your gear, a padded hipbelt and shoulder straps. Yup, you're looking at the minimum here to help you keep your overall pack weight down. The roll-top closure helps keep out the element and the mesh side and front stash pockets store quick-access items such as your rain shell or water bottle.

FEATURES of the Granite Gear Virga 2 Pack

  • Fixed padded belt
  • 10mm webbing straps
  • Tool loops
  • Hydration ports
  • Internal hydration hanger
  • Large stretch side pockets
  • Stretch mesh front pocket
  • Rolltop closure
  • Extended overflow
  • Padded rolling stay
  • Frameless suspension

- + Product Specifications
Features: Roll Top, Ultralight
Best Use: Ultralight Backpacking, Backpacking, Mountaineering and Alpine
Weight: 19 oz
Pack Capacity: 54 Liters / 3295 Cubic inches
Fabric Details: 210D Nylon Cordura Reinforcements, Body Material: 100D Ripstop Nylon, Stretch Fabric
Frame Type: Frameless
Pack Access: Top
Pack Capacity (Small): 50 Liters / 3051 Cubic inches
Pack Capacity (Large): 58 Liters / 3540 Cubic inches
Torso Range: 18 - 21 in.
Torso Range (Small): 15 - 18 in.
Torso Range (Large): 21 - 24 in.
Weight Capacity: 20 lbs
Pack Fabric: Nylon
Weight (Small): 18 oz
Ultralight: Yes
Weight (Medium): 19 oz
Weight (Large): 20 oz
Gender: Unisex
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Perfect size! This is my first bag. Just started getting into backpacking and a friend recommended frameless packs. After doing some looking and light research I decided to go with this one. It's been on two overnights so far and it's been great! The biggest two things I wish it had (since I gave it 4/5) are pockets in the hip belt and hydration compatibility. But otherwise it's been a good first pack.
Date published: 2018-07-09
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ultra-lite Pack without compromising on features! This pack is a real sleeper because there are not many reviews out there on it. If you keep your total pack weight at 20 lbs (including food and water) or less you are going to love this thing. For just over a pound this pack has the most durable construction I have seen for this weight. I use a 1/8 in. foam pad inside the pack as the frame and my sleeping pad to go under my Nemo Tensor 3/4 air mat. Then I place my ursack food bag against the pad as it is the heaviest item in my pack with everything else pushed in without stuff sacks. A contractor bag lines the pack to keep everything dry. My base weight is usually between 10-12 lbs and after 2 days the pack is in the 15 ish range and carries like a dream. No frameless pack out there comes close to this in comfort and I have used most of the expensive cottage manufacture packs available.
Date published: 2018-02-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from UL Top Choice I've used the Virga 2 now for several years and selected it based on reviews & ratings from ultralight blogs, etc. The capacity, quality of material, design, and functionality all are first-rate. The low weight and roll-top are the primary features that make this an ideal choice for someone who wants to reduce one of the "big three". It's not for everyone since there are no hip belt pockets or internal pockets. The hip belt isn't as beefy as other packs; but that's never been an issue with me. The stretch fabric on the external pockets is exceptional. I don't know what GG does to make this fabric so durable and flexible; but it works. My last outing was wet, wet, wet, and the pack dried out fairly well. It rides very well despite not having lots of bells & whistles in terms of adjustment, padding, etc. of more robust packs. But, it's the low weight that really makes this pack worth the purchase.
Date published: 2016-05-24
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ideal ultralite pack First, a word of caution: you have to keep your total pack weight at or under 20 pounds; above that, the pack hangs on your shoulders like a tired 3-year-old. I'm carrying 13 or 14 pounds for a weekend, which leaves me enough capacity to carry a couple of extra quarts of water to a dry camp without overwhelming the suspension. Sizing is a bit on the small side: I have about at 20.5" torso - just at the intersection of the regular and long sizes. For me, the long was the better fit. For longer trips, with extra food or cold weather clothing, I switch to the more robust Granite Gear Crown VC 60. I liked the original Virga, but felt it was limited by the lack of a padded hipbelt. Finally, they added one, and now it's perfect. The pack is simplicity itself. The three stretch pockets swallow all the stuff I need during the day: snack, lunch, water bottle, water filter, map and compass, and toilet kit. If I've got wet rain gear or tent, I can put them in the long stretch pocket on the back to dry while I walk. I really don't miss the lid pocket or hipbelt pockets, and really like the dry bag-style closure. The load lifters are a functional addition, keeping the load pulled in toward your back and, with the proper improvised frame, do help transfer the load to your hips where the lightly padded hipbelt can support the weight. I take one of two approaches to adding a framesheet. Method 1: This is the simpler method. I use 4 sections of a Z-Lite pad, folded 2-wide, as a frame. I run it along the back panel of the pack (conveniently colored orange as a pattern), putting the top of the pad at the level of the load lifter attachment point. I lock it in place with my sleeping bag, put my food and stove high and close to my back, and then fill ill in around it with clothing, tent, and inflatable sleeping pad. In camp, the frame becomes a sit pad. Method 2: This is more complicated, but provides more comfort and versatility. I use my inflatable pad (72" Z-Lite) and a Compack chair kit as a frame. I insert the pad into the chair, with the valve sticking up above the top opening a couple of inches, and the foot of the pad extending out the bottom opening. Then I fold the bottom half over the top of the chair, and fold the chair in half. Then I fold each long side in toward the middle, until until I have a rectangle roughly the size of the orange back panel. I slide it down the back panel (chair stays on the inner side of the pack), lock it in place with sleeping bag, and pack as described in Method 1. Then the finishing touch: I inflate the pad with two or three breaths to stiffen the frame and expand it into the pack to solidify the load. When I get to camp, I don't even have to take the pad out of the chair: I inflate it about half full and use it as a chair in camp (folded in half, or allowing the bottom to unfold and turn it into a lounge chair. Then, when I'm ready for bed, I just unclip the straps on the side of the chair, finish inflating it, lay it flat, and go to bed. I never have to take it out of the chair. Next morning, I just let the air out, and pack up. Pure simplicity, pure comfort, pure function: if you're into ulralight, this is your pack.
Date published: 2015-07-08
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- + Size Guide

Granite Gear Men's Packs

Fixed Torso Packs

Size Short Torso Regular Torso Long Torso
Inches 15 - 18" 18 - 21" 21 - 24"

Note: These packs are not adjustable since the shoulder straps are "fixed" and sewn directly to the back panel.

Adjustable Torso Packs

Size Short (Small/Medium) Regular (Large/Extra Large)
Inches 15 - 18" 18 - 21"

Note: Each frame set has five adjustment settings spaced in 1-inch increments to further fine-tune your fit.

Hip Belts

Belt Size Small Medium Large Extra-Large Re-Fit (One-Size)
Inches 26 - 30" 30 - 34" 34 - 38" 38 - 42" 28 - 40"

Shoulder Straps

Strap Size Small Medium Large Extra-Large
Chest Circumference 26 - 34" 34 - 40" 40 - 46" 46 - 52"

TORSO: Find where the shoulder meet the neck. Trace your hand to the center to the center of the neck until you find a bony bump. This is the top of the torso. Locate the bottom of the torso by placing your hands on your hips and finding where your thumbs point across. Measure the distance between the top and bottom

HIP BELT: Measure the circumference at your hip points with a flexible tape measure.

CHEST: Measure around the fullest part of the chest, keeping tape parallel to the floor.