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Gregory Baltoro

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Weight5 lb 9 oz
Cu. In.4149

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Gregory Baltoro
4.7 out of 5 based on 18 user reviews.


Cred: 23
Review by WKUHN on Jan. 25, 2012
Bought this already used and its still in great shape.Tons of compartments, durable stitching, comfortable (no odd rubbing), kidney pad and shoulder straps offer excellent comfort. Plenty of straps on the sides. Easy access to the center of the pack and bottom compartment. The water bottle pouch at the kidney pad is handy for all sorts of things. I prefer to keep a camera in a Pelican case in the pouch. The small pouches on the actually kidney pad belt are great for mid-hike snacks.
You may sacrifice a tad bit of weight for durability but it's worth it if you're going to take it out for extended trip like the AT.


Cred: 398
Review by slevasse on Nov. 03, 2008
Holds the right amount of gear, Has a few different ways to sort you gear out with enough pockets on the outside to make storage of items you need easy to get to without being bulky. Super comfy padding and rugged construction.
None that I can see yet


Cred: 135
Review by fugiRoto on Sep. 06, 2011
love this pack overall... lots of zippers and compartments to put gear into. one of the most comfrotable packs i've ever used...went portaging and the pack made the hiking parts very easy... able to load a week's worth of gear with no problem.
it's a bit on the heavier side.


Cred: 420
Review by San Dog Scotty on Aug. 15, 2008
This pack is great! Took it on a trip up Mt Whitney and was very comfortable and had plenty of room to jam all my stuff including a bear canister inside of it. Looking forward to using it more
None


Cred: 12
Review by Moocow on Sep. 27, 2010
comfortable, sits well carries a load wonderfully.
lots of pockets for organization (if that's your thing)
not for ultralight - heavy heavy heavy.
I'm more of a minimalist now so i would prefer something lighter. I Think that many pockets is kinda pointless because it just adds weight and packing a pack well is more important.

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gossamer gear packs


Cred: 14
Review by r0ss0027 on Mar. 07, 2011
Holds everything (and sometimes more) that you need for a good number of days out. I really liked the waist and shoulder straps over the Osprey. The water bottle holder is perfectly positioned, too.
Lots of buckles and pockets hidden everywhere, takes some time to find and some of them seem superfluous.


Cred: 14
Review by CoffeeFirstKid on Dec. 13, 2011
Great hipbelt. Nice and cushiony but not just tons of crap foam padding.
Very adjustable to size and the jointed frame makes bending and twisting easy.
Nice easy-to-use-while-not-looking-at-them style water bottle holders including a cool sideways one.
Lots of space, lots of pockets including rad hip belt pockets.


Cred: 5
Review by mhennebery on Jul. 07, 2011
First of all this is a great Pack! I've used if for weekend trips as well as week long treks and have had it packed from 15 pounds to 60 pounds. Always comfortable and holds the perfect amount of gear. Pack didn't require any break in period, perfect from day one. Plenty of pockets and access points to the main compartment without being overkill. This is my first Gregory pack but I don't think i would shop another brand. Quality is great and the price is very reasonable, especially shopping from Spadout. You won't be disappointed!
The Baltoro isn't the lightest pack available for this size but the quality and durability are well worth it! At least in my opinion.


Cred: 1073
Review by scottydo on Sep. 02, 2008
Great pack. Packs well and balances weight even better. Plus it looks cool
None
None that I know of.


Cred: 55
Review by fb_520202524 on Apr. 11, 2008
Outside pockets, zip access to main compartment, comfortable with heavy loads.


Cred: 5
Review by RZeman on May. 25, 2011
Lots of room to store things. Holds up very well and distributes the weight evenly. Great pack for a week long trip
None
None, this pack is great.


Cred: 5
Review by acargile on Jun. 18, 2011
Great Pack most comfortable pack i have ever owned! Super durable slid down a 100ft bank and pack never ripped at all. I love this pack!
None!
None its the best pack for its size.


Cred: 5
Review by GregGonzalez on Jul. 08, 2011
Lightweight, roomy, quality construction, and professional-grade workmanship (for heavy-duty endurance).
Pricy, however, you pay the most-for the BEST!
View their Line of more backpacks!


Cred: 9
Review by Ryansumner on Jun. 20, 2011
Moves great
No awkward rubbing
Durable
Innovative design
NONE!


Cred: 64
Review by fb_54603090 on Apr. 30, 2008
Heavy padding
Slippage of waist belt


Cred: 35
Review by asolo on Oct. 05, 2008
i'll see how well it does


Cred: 12
Review by fb_670099023 on Jan. 21, 2008
no easy access to bladder holder


Cred: 169
Review by skillet on Sep. 03, 2008
comfort
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