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Gregory Whitney 95 Pack

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    Gregory Whitney 95 Pack

    With all-angle access, loads of organization and increased capacity, the Gregory Whitney pack is built for those who wander. See details

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    With all-angle access, loads of organization and increased capacity, the Gregory Whitney pack is built for those who wander.

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    With all-angle access, loads of organization and increased capacity, the Gregory Whitney pack is built for those who wander.

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    With all-angle access, loads of organization and increased capacity, the Gregory Whitney pack is built for those who wander.

    • Response Custom Fit Suspension™ system pivots to adjust hipbelt to your hip angle; system also pivots to mirror your body as it moves
    • Quick-Adjust hipbelt adjusts to five different hipbelt angles with a simple pull of a quick release tab
    • HDPE framesheet with twin 7075-T6 aluminum stays and an anti-barreling cross-stay prevents barreling under heavy loads
    • 3-D precurved hipbelt and harness use dual-density foams laminated to the surface fabric, resulting in cushioning without pinching or binding
    • Ventilated dual-density molded foam backpanel moves moisture off the back
    • Design offers four ways to get at your gear in the main compartment via top-loading, front panel, side and bottom accesses
    • Side compression straps secure both large and small loads for optimal stability
    • Hydration-compatible design features a reservoir sleeve and drink-tube exit port for on-the-go hydration (reservoir sold separately)
    • Features dual hipbelt pockets, side stretch pocket, hide-away water bottle pocket and stash pocket
    • Large front zip pocket keeps bulky gear easily accessible
    • Removable top lid pocket converts to a lumbar pack and lets you keep compass, maps, small essentials and raingear close at hand
    • Rubberlike thermoplastic elastomer covers the bottom of the pack, providing long-lasting wear and waterproof protection from the elements
    • Features 210-denier ripstop nylon and nylon twill for strength, durability and lightness

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    Gregory Whitney 95 Pack Specs
    Specification
    SML
    Frame type
    InternalInternalInternal
    Deluxe backpackDeluxe backpackDeluxe backpack
    87 liter95 liter103 liter
    5,309 cubic inches5,797 cubic inches6,285 cubic inches
    6 lbs. 7 oz.6 lbs. 9 oz.6 lbs. 11 oz.
    2.92 kilograms2.98 kilograms3.03 kilograms
    YesYesYes
    22 - 28 inches28 - 34 inches34 - 40 inches
    222
    Top/side/bottomTop/side/bottomTop/side/bottom
    9 + main compartment9 + main compartment9 + main compartment
    BackpackingBackpackingBackpacking
    16 - 18 inches18 - 20 inches20 - 22 inches
    Nylon ripstopNylon ripstopNylon ripstop
    HDPE/aluminumHDPE/aluminumHDPE/aluminum
    NoNoNo
    Top / PanelTop / PanelTop / Panel
    YesYesYes
    NoNoNo
    Men'sMen'sMen's
    Backpack style
    Gear capacity (L)
    Gear capacity (cu. in.)
    Weight
    Weight - metric
    Adjustable torso
    Fits waist/hips
    Number of stays
    Pack access
    Number of exterior pockets
    Best use
    Fits torso
    Material(s)
    Frame material
    Suspended mesh back panel
    Pack loading
    Sleeping bag compartment
    Raincover included
    Gender

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    Gregory Whitney 95 Pack is rated 2.3333 out of 5 by 3.
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Disappointed After almost 20 years of trekking, backpacking and mountaineering, I decided to hang up my trusty mule of a pack, the Lowe Alpine Contour IV, and splurge on a comfortable load master, the Gregory 95 (large). I packed it for a 10 trip to knock out 5 14ers (and a few 13ers) in the Sawatch Range of Colorado. When I pulled it out of the Eagle Creek XXL duffle in Denver, I noticed the plastic in the hip belt was snapped. What that meant was for the entire time we were backpacking to basecamp, my heavy load (60+lb) was pinched into my shoulders. I don't know if it cracked during transit, or if I missed the crack in the store (as some other reviewers have noted that these packs often come defective). Additionally, just through normal usage on one trip, the fabric has several rips, punctures and tears. It seems delicate. I didn't notice any stitching blow-outs, but will watch for that since it seems to be common. I guess that they don't make them like they used to. I have contacted Gregory and am waiting for a return authorization. In the meanwhile, for my upcoming winter trip, I am pulling out the trustworthy Lowe Alpine instead. Sadly, I had always heard that Gregory's were the top of the line in comfort and durability, and for the price they charge, you would expect that. Be very cautious if you ignore the negative reviews here, and if you are looking at an extended trip with more than 40lb loads, have a backup plan in case it fails far from civilization.
    Date published: 2014-04-14
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great lrg pack and would purchase again! Used for extended day hike through the bush and swamps. Was hard on the pack and it held up and carried large and heavy load of 70-80 lbs. Great suspension, adjustment, and comfort. Needs a few more strategic pockets.
    Date published: 2014-03-26
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Poor material choices Been trekking for 23 years. Used to do 100+ miles trips but in my 40s now so we usually spend 8 days averaging 8 miles a day. We are not ultra light packers. I loved the size of this pack and the access points. The plastic hip belt was a bit awkward at first but after a day on the trail it was ok. I always worried that it would break and after reading the reviews I see that was a warranted fear. The bottom material was the main issue for me. It looked tough and water proof but it is weak. After 4 trips the section that connects to the hip belt (a major load point) ripped. It's like the rubber just separated and the sparse threads were showing. I had about 60 pounds in the pack and I take care of my stuff. I also have several holes in the bottom like the rubber is just pealing away. Poor material choice. Also the way the compression straps are secured it really pulls on the coated zippers separating them and the seams look stressed. Basically feels like you just shouldn't cinch it down tight. No good. Surprised that Gregory would even release this pack. Oh well, I'm giving the osprey xenith 88 a try.
    Date published: 2014-03-21

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