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Gregory Men's Baltoro 65L Pack

Gregory Men's Baltoro 65L Pack

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Product Description Item No.   10271394

The Gregory Men's Baltoro 65L Pack is a hiking backpack for short and long weekends alike. Whether you're charging the backcountry mid-summer or hitting up the outdoors in the winter, the Response A3 suspension with a vented backpanel, cushy foam and silicone lumbar grip transfer weight to the hips for an easier carry. Choose your level of comfort at the lower back with LumbarTune, a removable 10mm insert for customizing the contour at the lumbar area. Dive inside this top loading pack and you'll find a hydration sleeve, called the SideKick, which is completely removable and has straps for use as a day pack when you're ready for a little jaunt to a waterfall after you arrive at camp. When you're mid-hike the U-zip front access allows you to get gear from the middle of the bag without unloading everything and there's also a lower sleeping bag compartment with a removable internal divider. Strap your sleeping pad to the exterior with the cinch straps at the bottom and dual ice axe loops with upper shock locks secure your tools and or trekking poles. Wait! That's not all! The front center zip stores an extra layer, but there is also a hidden rain cover for protection once the skies open and the rains begin to fall.

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FEATURES of the Gregory Men's Baltoro 65L Pack

  • Weathershield pocket
  • Raincover integration
  • Sidewinder bottle holster
  • Shock locks removable shock cord ice axe/trekking pole retainers
  • U-zip access top-loading design with a front U-zip panel that opens from top to bottom for rapid access to main body contents
  • Sleeping bag compartment external access with removable internal divider
  • Double Barrel dual-sided lid compartments with internal divider for increased on-trail organization
  • Stretch Mesh water bottle/trail stash pocket
  • Multi Straps removable via girth-hitch, adjustable straps

Product Specifications
Features: Sternum Strap, Water Bottle Pockets, Detachable Daypack, Ventilated Back Panel, Hip Belt Pockets, Hip Belt, Compression Straps
Weight: 81 oz
Dimensions: 31 x 15 x 14 in.
Fabric Details: 210D nylon, 300D nylon
Dimensions (Small): 29 x 14.5 x 13 in.
Dimensions (Medium): 31 x 15 x 14 in.
Dimensions (Large): 33 x 15 x 14.5 in.
Pack Capacity (Small): 61 Liters / 3722 Cubic inches
Pack Capacity (Medium): 65 Liters / 3967 Cubic inches
Pack Capacity (Large): 69 Liters / 4211 Cubic inches
Torso Range: 18 - 20 in.
Torso Range (Small): 16 - 18 in.
Torso Range (Medium): 18 - 20 in.
Torso Range (Large): 20 - 22 in.
Weight Capacity: 50 lbs
Weight (Small): 4 lbs 13 oz
Weight (Medium): 5 lbs 1 oz
Weight (Large): 5 lbs 3 oz
Gender: Mens
Best Use: Travel, Backpacking, Winter Camping, Multisport
Pack Capacity: 65 Liters / 3967 Cubic inches
Frame Type: Internal
Pack Access: Front, Bottom, Top
Product Reviews
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Been carrying a Gregory for over a Quarter Century Back in my college days I worked in a Mtn Shop and sold the two greatest suspensions ever to be created; the Gregory Adventure and Summit Series and the Dana ArcFlex. Dana G sadly sold out to K2 and then watched as K2 tanked his product but lucky for us even though Wayne sold to Binaci they have stayed pretty true to his vision and still make a fantastic pack. I've been eyeing a Bartolo for years and even though my 1994 Gregory Shasta is still going strong (and still a better suspension IMO) times have changed and I don't need a 5000 cubic in. pack anymore... everything has gotten smaller... so I wanted a smaller pack - tied of not filling out my Shasta ( which effects how it carries) The Bartolo does not disappoint, its heavy compared to the ultra light curd that everyone is producing theses days but it when I tossed a full rack, 70m rope and a gallon of water in it the suspension proved its true Gregory linage... No sure it it will still be cranking away in 25+ years like my Shasta... but it a sold suspension with obvious roos in the Summit and adventure Series... Oh... Dana is back in business (Mystery Ranch) and is still one of the two two pack makers out there... I'm just partial to Gregory.
Date published: 2018-09-03
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Fantastic Backpack I was impressed with this pack from the time I first unpacked it. The materials, workmanship and features are outstanding. The pack has everything I need for both weekend and more extended trips. I have a variety of packing options and the fit is excellent. I have had it on one short (14 miles RT) excursion so far and can't believe the difference between it and the older Lowe internal frame pack from my younger days that I have been using. I am looking forward to its company for many miles.
Date published: 2018-06-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Exceptional Qualities I bought this backpack for a trip to Peru and it worked very well. The Front U-pack zipper makes it very easy to access anything in the pack. The materials are quality, but the clips could be improved, especially on the chest one.
Date published: 2018-05-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great bag I bought it and seems great! I didn't get a chance to use the product yet but am excited to do so.
Date published: 2018-04-23
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Solid & Sturdy: Great for big hauls I'm usually a light packer and have backpacked for 4 nights using Gregory's Savant 38L but that doesn't cut it for winter backpacking. I purchased the Baltoro 65L for a Mt. Shasta summit attempt later this year, and have gone on many hiking trips as training. If nothing else, this pack can haul a huge load! I've stuffed it with 35lbs and hiked 13 miles and 3k ft elevation and it performed excellently. Things I like: - The suspension and the hip belt are extremely supportive - The water bottle pouch is easily accessible - The double-lid brain! Easy to split snacks and other essentials - Usable space - The straps on the bottom are huge and easily carry my winter tent Things that could be better: - The phone pouch is a little small - Could be lighter, but what is a pound when winter camping? - Not sure what I think about the internal water reservoir/summit pack, though it's detachable so I there's no problem there Overall, I would recommend this to anyone looking to up their backpacking game from summer scout to winter warrior.
Date published: 2018-04-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Two thumbs up! Dependable, solid construction. The 65L provides plenty of room and has some nice extra pocket features without looking too flashy. Nice, sleek design. Very satisfied with this purchase.
Date published: 2018-03-27
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great Pack Very happy with this pack. I needed a large pack that would serve a few purposes. One, I needed a pack that could carry a lot of weight (45-50 lbs) for training purposes. This bag has been able to do that for the past month without an issue. Plus, with the internal frame and hip belt, carrying that much weight is very easy. The weight of the backpack itself is around 5 pounds, but to carry this kind of weight, the fabric is bound to be heavier. I also needed a large pack for a 2-3 week hike coming up. This pack will easily fit all of my gear and then some. I love the U-zip, so i can access all of my gear without having to take everything out, like a conventional top-loading backpack. Also, the removable day-pack is awesome. It's small, but enough for a set of clothes and some supplies. The waterproof hipbelt pocket wasn't big enough for my phone (Google Pixel 2), which was a bit of a drawback, but I think this is the outgoing model so that's to be expected.
Date published: 2018-03-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Excellent mountaineering and travel backpack After receiving the backpack, I immediately arranged a three-day mountaineering activity. In the process of climbing the mountain, I feel the perfect carrying system of the backpack.My shoulders never felt uncomfortable during the entire climb.
Date published: 2018-03-16
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How large is the removable day pack?  Is it just the hyrdrarion bladder or can it hold additional items like a small first aid kit, snacks, down sweater etc. 

Asked by: Nico
Excellent question! The detachable "Sidekick" daypack also doubles as a hydration sleeve. It is 12 liters and can hold up to a 3 liter reservoir. Unfortunately, the reservoir is sold separately. If you choose to purchase, there will still be room in the daypack for a few additional objects - such as your first aid kit & snacks. As long as you can compress your Down Sweater super small, that SHOULD be able to fit as well. It may take some different packing variations at first. I included a link below to the recommended reservoir. I hope this helps! https://bit.ly/2mYoRpO
Answered by: Foxxy Cleopatra
Date published: 2018-07-31

Is this pack good for people with lower back pain?

Asked by: Ronny
Hey there, Thanks for reaching out to us! You've asked a big question...let me tackle what I can. Doctors say that wearing a backpack can actually be GOOD for your back, as it distributes the weight evenly! A lot of "pain" that's associated with backpacks has to do with how you carry YOURSELF while carrying the bag. Essentially, you don't want to arch your back. You want to stand up straight against the weight. Do that, wear the pack higher on your back, keep the weight of the pack light...and you should be fine! Hope this helps you out!
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-03-21

Hello, is the weight including the de-attachable hydration pack and rain-fly or is that in addition to the listed weight? What is the weight for the large size without hydration pack and rain-fly? Thank you.

Asked by: NoRu
Hey there, The weight listed does not include the removable rainfly or the SideKick (hydration sleeve). The weight for the pack in size large is 5 lbs 3 oz. I hope this helps.
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2018-03-22

Hi there, Does this pack come with rain cover?

Asked by: alia
Hi there, Thanks for reaching out to us! The Gregory Baltoro Packs do, in fact, have an integrated rain cover! Pretty sweet, eh? You'll find that cover in its own pocket on the exterior of the front panel.
Answered by: Rocko Gigsby
Date published: 2016-02-18

In lieu of a dedicated camera backpack (e.g. the Lowepro Whistler), can a DSLR and a couple of lenses be carried in this pack in a safe and protected manner?

Asked by: SierraBill
Thanks for the question! Assuming you will also be packing a sleeping bag & clothes and your camera & lenses have their own padded cases - I would place these near the middle of the pack, above your sleeping bag & clothes, but below any food. The zippered u-shaped access at the front to the main compartment is the way for you to grab something in the middle or bottom of your pack. That would be the most accessible area in a large backpack. Some customers have also used padded lens pouches and will loop them onto their hip belts if they need them within reach. I hope this helps a little!
Answered by: Foxxy Cleopatra
Date published: 2017-01-21
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Size Guide

Gregory Men's Packs

Gregory backpacking packs are available in a size range. Please check the PRODUCT FEATURES and / or SPECIFICATIONS for the torso range measurements of each size of a pack. The steps below are a guide for measuring your torso size.

The hipbelts on Gregory backpacking packs are adjustable to fit a range of sizes. A simple rule of thumb is that the ideal distance between the ends of the hipbelt pads after tightening should be 3 to 5 inches. However, the most important criteria are that the hipbelt wraps clear over the side of your body and that it rests 1 inch above your iliac crest. This allows proper load transfer to your skeletal structure, which maximizes comfort and minimizes energy expenditure.

1. Put your chin to your chest and feel for the big bone protruding on your neck at the top of your spine. That's the C7 vertebra.

2. Feel your hip bone, the top part of this is your iliac crest. Find the spot on your back that is level with the top of this crest.

3. Have someone measure the distance between these two points, following the contours of your spine.