Gregory  Nano 30 Daypack

$99.95
Color: Icon Teal
Size: One Size
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Bring comfort and stability to all-day excursions—on the trail or around town—with the Gregory Nano 30 daypack. Top-load access makes it easy to shove gear in while pockets stash all your essentials.

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Features

  • Large, top-load zip-access main compartment with drawstring
  • Separate, external-access hydration reservoir compartment with universal hanger
  • Padded air-mesh shoulder straps with reservoir routing loops; sternum strap with one-handed buckle
  • Top-zip pocket with center-buckle closure; quick-access front-zip pocket; side-mesh water bottle pocket; secure-zip stash pocket; internal mesh-zip pocket with key clip
  • Dual compression side straps with quick-release buckles; adjustable attachment loop and upper shock lock for trekking poles or an ice axe
  • Breathable die-cut back panel; removable 1.5 in. (38 mm) webbing hipbelt
  • Reflective webbing loops and front light loop for added visibility
  • Custom ComfortGrip molded zipper pulls

Imported.

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Technical Specs

Best Use

Hiking

Bag Style

Backpack

Frame Type

Frameless

Gear Capacity (L)

30 liters

Gear Capacity (cu. in.)

1,831 cubic inches

Weight

1 lb. 9 oz.

Fits Torso Length (in.)

14-19 inches

Fits Waist/Hips

Up to 48 inches

Material(s)

210-denier CryptoRip honeycomb nylon

Pack Access

Top

Number of Exterior Pockets

5 + main compartment

Hipbelt

Yes

Reservoir Compatible

Yes

Dimensions

21.25 x 11 x 9.4 inches

Gender

Unisex

Sustainability

Contains recycled materials

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