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Baltoro 65 Backpack (Men's)

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Supreme comfort and advanced performance make the Baltoro 65 ideal for weekend warriors and demanding users alike. This backpack's secret sauce combines trail-dominating Response A3 suspension technology with 65 liters of capacity, giving it dynamic load balancing in tough terrain plus a trim design that feels perfectly sized for long winter weekends, warm-weather multi-stagers, and shorter backcountry excursions.

Features

  • Vented, formed back panel features LifeSpan foam & silicone lumbar grip zone
  • LumbarTune removable10mm insert offers user-customizable contouring for a precise backpanel fit
  • QuickSwap 3D interchangeable pre-curved LifeSpan EVA foam harness & hipbelt in multiple sizes to precisely fit each body
  • SideKick ultra-light, removable daypack doubles as hanging reservoir sleeve
  • Included removable raincover stowes in its own zippered pocket
  • Top-loading design with front U-zip panel access
  • Double Barrel lid design with dual zippered pockets on top and security pocket underneath
  • SideWinder stowable ergonomic bottle holster
  • WeatherShield PU-coated hipbelt accessory pocket with YKK AquaGuard zipper
  • Girth-hitched compression MultiStraps on bottom double as hipbelt for SideKick daypack
  • Dual ice axe loops and upper shock locks for ice tool and trekking pole attachment
  • Stretch mesh water bottle/trail stash pocket
  • External access sleeping bag compartment with removable internal divider

Gender: Men's
Season: S15
Vendor ProductId: GM75117
Review ProductId: 25992

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GregoryBaltoro 65 Backpack
 
4.5

(based on 2 reviews)

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4.0

Super Comfy!

By Scott the Soldier

from Fort Worth, TX

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Hydration Straw Chest Cli
  • Hydration Straw Chestclip
  • Lots of pockets
  • Removable Day-pack
  • Smart Design
  • Super Comfy Frame

Cons

  • No Built-in Rain Gear

Best Uses

    Comments about Gregory Baltoro 65 Backpack:

    I use the pack for weekend-long amateur backpacking trips from my friends and family. The pack was a definite upgrade from the older exposed-frame packs I was accustom to. I loved how comfy the frame and straps were - the pack just hugs you. This pack had so many great features, I cannot list them all. The only thing they didn't think of, was building-in rain gear directly on the pack.

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    5.0

    A darn good pack!

    By ALP

    from North Carolina

    Verified Buyer

    Pros

    • Comfortability
    • Durable
    • Easy Access To Water Etc
    • Plenty of pockets
    • Simply Looks Good
    • Suspension System

    Cons

    • Bit on the heavy side

    Best Uses

    • For Everything You Own
    • Road Trip Across The Usa
    • Thru-hike
    • Weekend Hiking Trips

    Comments about Gregory Baltoro 65 Backpack:

    I bought this pack for my upcoming thru-hike attempt of the Appalachian trail. I spent many hours researching packs and reading users reviews and all that jazz. Regardless of what anyone says, the best way to find the pack for you is to simply try it on. While this pack what a bit heavier than what I was original aiming for, as soon as I threw it on my back and strapped down, I immediatley felt good about it. I would much rather have a durable and comfortable pack that weighs a bit more than to sacrafice such important needs for a ultra light pack. I tried a UlA pack my roommate purchased for the trip and there is deffinitley a world of a differnce between that and the baltoro. While I love the idea of having a ultra light pack, I love the idea more of finishing my thru-hike with a pack that I know will last without breaking my back. The gregory is a little heavier simply because of its suspension system. And that system is what makes the gregoy pack simply amazing. I have some decent back issues and most packs i tried on pulled my shoulders back, leaving a gap inbetween my back and the pack, thus causing me to feel much more on my back than i should. Yes it is a backpack, but most of the weight should be resting on your hips. The hip harness on the baltoro is second to none. It is thick, comfy, and best of all adjustable. As your hips move, the harness moves to allow for natural movement. All in all, I feel good with the pack on back and truly believe it is the best option for me. Like I said earlier however, certianly take the time to try on as many packs as you can before settling for something. If you do so, make sure you try the baltoro though, because you will have a better understanding of the positive differences it provides.

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