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Gregory Deva 60 Pack - Women'sis rated4.6429out of5by14.
Rated5out of5byStein87fromRoom for everything!I am so happy with this pack! I went back and forth between this and the Osprey Ariel 65 before deciding on the Deva 60. I love all of the compartments this bag has and it is very roomy!
-Superior lumbar support which is great at helping to distribute the weight of the pack.
-Lots of exterior compartments v. the Osprey which only has one main exterior compartment. This bag has many storage pockets which is great for organizing supplies and makes them easily accessible rather than digging through your entire pack.
-Easily accessible sleeping bag compartment with a thin divider from the rest of the pack.
-Thick and comfortable padding on wasit belt so straps don't dig in.
-Detachable pack at top of bag. I read some people use this as a day hip pack, but I used mine to pack my clothes into and detached it at night to use as my pillow. It is also small enough to stuff into my sleeping bag to keep my clothes warm at night (putting on cold clothes in the morning is no bueno! Brrr!)
-Hooks at the top of the bladder compartment are great for keeping the bladder in place so it doesn't slide down in the pack.
-Two access points for main compartment-top of bag and front zipper allow easy access to main compartment.
-Pockets on the waist belt are too small for phones/cameras, so I used mine for my knife/chapstick/hand sanitizer.
-If you are going for ultralight camping, this bag is not for you as it weighs in around 5lbs, but is great for distributing the weight for longer/heavier trips. I can't say that I noticed the additional weight between this pack and the Osprey Ariel 65. I think the extra weight may come from the lumbar support system but that is something I would not give up in this pack!
Overall, this is an AMAZING pack and I highly recommend it to all women backpackers!
Date published: 2014-04-20
Rated5out of5byRGRfromWife loves itMy wife really likes her pack. It's comfortable and she can carry a lot of stuff in easy to get to ways. I think the front pocket design on this is much better than the front pocket on my Gregory Baltoro. So far it has held up well and we like it.
Date published: 2014-04-08
Rated5out of5bysbhrunnerfromThe best pack everFinally I have a pack that fit. I am a small female ( 5'1" and so in the past have been in agony. This pack did the trick and now I want to backpack.
Date published: 2013-09-29
Rated5out of5byRW86347fromnice bag I am jelouseI bought this for my wife. We had her measure and tried on different bags. I should first say that my wife is Chinese and has a small frame. Thus only two bags actually fit her properly. This bag has a strong plastic form which pushes into your back. This form makes sure the weight is properly placed on your spine. Moreover it helps keep your posture correct during your hiking.
The bag does not have have a rain fly like my bag. However on our last trip it rain a lot, and my bag with it's fly was soaked, yet my wifes bag was dry! It was as though the material in this bag repelled water while my bag soaked it up.
The bag was costly, however I felt like my wife bought a working piece of art. truly an awesome bag.
Date published: 2013-09-18
Rated4out of5bysandrakayfromLoving my pack!I had to take back my Gregorie backpack back because the lumbar made my leg numb. After trying out my friend's Dueter, I knew this was the pack for me. I wish there were a couple more pockets, but all my gear fits and most of all it is comfortable when loaded up. I ordered online so I could have the green color.
Date published: 2013-08-07
Rated4out of5bybarneskl84fromGreat pack!I was looking for a pack with an ~60L capacity for 2-3 day backpacking trips. I went to REI and tried a few on and this felt like it fit the best. Just took it on it's inaugural trip and it was extremely comfortable. I was also very happy with the number and location of pockets.
Date published: 2013-07-24
Rated4out of5byjd6richardsfromPretty Good ...Was pretty nice but a bit uncomfortable when I cinched it down and if not just right, would cause my arms to go numb. I forgot my rain cover but my gear still stayed mostly dry... which was impressive as I was in Costa Rico and it was massive downpour every day for some period of time.
Date published: 2013-07-06
Rated5out of5byKSquared2013fromWhere has this pack been all my life?I made a mistake my friends. I bought an ill fitting pack because I didn't know better, I loaded that thing up with way to much weight and I killed my back on a 110 mile section of the AT. Then I came home and decided to get fit properly for a pack and the Gregory Deva is what I ended up with. And I love that thing. I haven't had it out on an actual trip yet but I've loaded it up with everything including food and water for a day hike to test the weight and it honestly felt like there wasn't even anything there. It's also got the approval of my chiropractor and let me tell you, that's not easy. I really didn't think a pack could be this comfortable. I think I'm in love.
Date published: 2013-06-26
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