- Top, front panel and bottom access
- Response™ AFS Suspension
- Adjustable harness offers fit customization
- 3D pre-curved harness and waist belt components with LifeSpan EVA foam
- Single 7075-T6 aluminum stay
- Auto-cant harness technology and Auto-fit waist-belt system
- Thermo-molded backpanel with elastomeric gription technology on the lumbar pad
- Quick draw, easy-to-open drawstring system on main access
- Stash pocket on underside of the top lid
- Top lid can be removed and configured into a fanny pack
- Front pocket, twin side pockets and dual waistbelt pockets
- Hideaway water bottle pocket with bungee to secure bottles
- Hydration sleeve and side easy-to-feed ports for your hose
- DWR coated, water-resistant zippers and dual layer, wear-resistant bottom panel
|Material||210D HT double diamond ripstop, 210D x 420D HD flat weave fabrics|
|Weight||5 lbs 10 oz (2.55 kg) - Medium|
|Volume||3,966 in³ (65 liters) - Medium|
|Torso fit||18-20 in (45 - 51 cm) - Medium|
|Sleeping bag compartment||Yes|
Customer Reviews 1 item(s)
- "Extremely comfortable and carries 40-50 lbs with ease."
The Gregory Baltoro 65 is an excellent multi-day pack that provides multiple access points to your load and plenty of space for most loads. This is a good design for section hikes and through hikes along the Appalachian Trail or a weekend hike. The hip belt pockets are too small and will only store one glove or granola/energy bar each. I normally attach one quart canteens to my hip belt, but Gregory did include two external pouches on the pack for canteens in addition to the baldder pouch within the center compartment of the pack. Although the hip belt pockets are too small, the incredible fit and lumbar support of the Baltoro 65 make up for this minor deficiency. This pack already replaced my Kifaru and Kelty rucksack as my pack of choice for multi-day hikes.
Yes, I would recommend this product.