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Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack- Men's

Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack- Men's

$329.95
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Spacious yet agile, the Baltoro 75's Response A3 suspension stays comfortable on any multi-day trip. Carry everything you need for a deluxe basecamp, then set out and explore using the included sidekick daypack.

FEATURES:

  • Response A3 Suspension with Auto Angle Adjust (A3) hipbelts and shoulder harnesses rotate to your unique body geometry for a custom fit.
  • 3D Air hipbelts and harness designed with Gregory's precurved technology and multi-density LifeSpan EVA foam construction to eliminate hot spots and relieve pressure in sensitive areas.
  • Wishbone aluminum frame with anti-barreling cross-stay provide structure for the Response A3 system and deliver weight to the ComfortGrip lumbar pad with removable LumbarTune pad to customize fit.
  • Matrix breathable backpanel with layered, multi-density foam for the right balance of support, airflow and cushioning.
  • Full body U-Zip main opening on front of bag for easy unloading when you get to camp.
  • Custom fitted raincover included - stows in a quick access zippered pocket on underside of the top lid.
  • Removable hydration sleeve converts into fast and light SideKick Daypack with shoulder harnesses and accessory pocket.
  • H20 resistant WeatherShield hipbelt pocket with YKK AquaGuard® zipper for quick access to your phone or camera.
  • Sunglass QuickStow system on shoulder harness for quick, secure and scratch-free access to your shades.
  • SideWinder bottle holster for one-handed on-the-go water bottle access - tucks away when not in use.
  • Stretch mesh side stash pocket large enough for a second water bottle, trekking poles, sandals, snacks, etc.
  • Dual front zippered organization pockets with heavy duty stretch mesh stash pocket.
  • Double barrel top lid design with dual zippered pockets and a flexible center divider for larger items.
  • Zippered bottom sleeping bag compartment with removable divider.
  • Dual adjustable attachment loops and upper shock locks for trekking poles or ice axes.
  • Removable girth-hitched lower compression MultiStraps double as an accessory strap or hip belt for SideKick daypack.
  • Custom comfort-grip molded zipper pulls.
  • Four top pocket attachment points for solar or accessory attachment, plus dual lower attachment points.
Color
Alaska Blue
Backpack Material(s)
210D High Density 40% Recycled Nylon & 420D High Density 45% Recycled Nylon with PFC-Free DWR
Intended use
Backpacking packs
Backpack capacity (L)
75 L
Reservoir compatible
Yes
Gender
Men's
Age Group
Adult
Frame type
Internal frame
Backpack Hip Belt
Yes
Hipbelt Pockets
Yes
Expert Q&A
Quick, accurate answers from Curated experts to the frequently asked questions
Are Gregory backpacks made in USA?
Gregory is an outdoor gear brand that makes gear in many categories. The company started in Salt Lake City, Utah and this is where all of their gear is manufactured.
Addi Srednick
by Addi Srednick on July 29, 2022
Is 55L backpack big enough for backpacking?
Backpack capacity is measured in liters, ranging from 12L day packs to 80L+ packs for winter camping and mountaineering. A 55L pack is a very common size that may work for some backpackers but not for others. 55L is plenty of space for lightweight backpackers and summer trips. In warm climates, you don't need to bring as much gear, so you won't need 70 or 80 liters of space. A 55L pack will work great for most people going on a weekend trip in spring, summer, or fall. A 55L pack will also work fine for a lightweight backpacker that has their kit moderately dialed in. A 55L backpack is big enough for most backpacking trips for most people. If you are backpacking in the winter, or planning on carrying over 7 days worth of food, you may consider something a little larger.
Camping & Hiking Expert Brett KCamping & Hiking Expert Robert MCamping & Hiking Expert Bob Rogers
by Brett K on July 3, 2022 · view 2 other answers
Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack- Men's
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Octavio Rivas
Octavio Rivas
Verified camping & hiking expert
Reviewed Sep 13, 2022

The Baltoro 75 is a backpack that will give you maximum comfort no matter how heavy the load. It's ventilated AirCushion back-panel will keep you fresh on extended trips into the wilderness. It's adjustable torso length will accommodate a wide range of body types, with an adjustable hip-belt, shoulder harness, and lower back-panel too. Features as many as 9 External Pockets for organization on longer trips.

Amy B
Amy B
Verified camping & hiking expert
Reviewed Sep 13, 2022

This pack offers custom fit suspension, an included day pack that doubles as a hydration sleeve, and easy access side winder bottle holster! Easily access your gear from multiple points - top access, U-zipper, or bottom access!! 9 external pockets, hydration system compatible, rain cover included. Size M weighs less than 5lbs.