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Today Luke is reviewing the Gregory Miwok 24 which has become his go-to Day Hike Backpack.
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Price : Retail is $120
Weight : Weight:
Sizes : 12, 18, 24, 32, 42
Women’s version : Is called the Maya and Susie will be reviewing this soon.
Colors : Grey, Blue, Red and Flame Black – if you look around you may even find it in other colors with older or possibly newer versions.
External Material : 100% Nylon
Pack Body : 210D Honeycomb CryptoRip HD Nylon
Pack Bottom : 420D High Density Nylon
Lining :135D High Density Embossed Polyester
Suspension : 3D Perforated EVA Foam
Fabric/Material : Nylon
Body Material : 210D Honeycomb CryptoRip HD Nylon
Maximum Loading Weight : 25 lb
Weight : 1.85 lb
Capacity : 1465 cu in / 24 L
Pack Volume : 1000 – 1999 cubic in
Hydration Compatible : Yes – Bladder Not Included
Dual External Side Pockets, Hydration Sleeve With External Access, Shoulder Strap Sunglass Loop
Pack Loading : Top
BioSync dynamic suspension with flexible tendons that stretch and move with your body.
Adjustable torso length with 3D foam breathable backpanel.
Body-hugging flexible hipbelt with dual zippered pockets.
Die-cut BioSync flexible shoulder harness with sternum strap and hydration clip.
Sunglass QuickStow system on shoulder harness for quick, secure and scratch-free access to your shades.
Dedicated zippered hydration pocket with SpeedClip hydration hangar compatible with Gregory’s 3D Hydro reservoir (reservoir not included).
Top zippered pocket with soft touch liner to protect valuable items and interior mesh zippered security pocket with key clip.
Dual side stretch mesh pockets.
Front stretch mesh pocket with secure buckle closure and reflective webbing.
Trekking pole/tool attachment with bungee closure system.
Custom comfort-grip molded zipper pulls and molded webbing keepers for strap management.
Fits Torso : 16″ – 21” / 40.6 – 53.3cm
Fits Hips/Waist : 28″ – 48″ / 71.1 – 121.9cm
Packed Dimensions : 20.5″ x 10.5″ x 9″ / 52.1cm x 26.7cm x 22.9cm
Review Pros :
Excellent Quality – I’ve had zero issues with this pack since I got this in over 6 months ago.
Very comfortable – fits perfect and becomes a part of your body
Lots of pockets and storage areas – presents you with many options for stowing your gear – enough space for most day adventures
Easy to access pockets –
Good ventilation – you will sweat with enough excursion but it certainly could be worse.
Exterior stretch pocket is excellent drying items and even for carrying a bike helmet
Good looking bag – others must agree as I have received numerous emails about this pack since I began testing it out.
Evenly distributes the weight.
Stretch mesh waist belt makes the pack even more comfortable; moves with you
Excellent water bottle pockets which allow for you to use the compression straps to hold your bottles securely
Excellent adjustments with loadlifters and waist belt
Review Cons :
While this pack is comfortable, I wouldn’t say the shoulder straps are the worlds most comfortable.
No included rain cover
This has become my go-to day activity bag and I have used it for travel, day hiking, biking, and more.
Is the pack worth the money? In my opinion, yes; it’s fully adjustable, comfortable, breathes well, plenty of pockets and the design is intuitive as is the layout.
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