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Baltoro 75 Backpack
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Gregory has forever been a company with its focus on backpackers, rock climbers, and mountaineers and their specific needs, but as of late they have employed their vast knowledge to bring to light new products that deal with the new demands of the multi-sport market. The previous version of the Gregory Baltoro 75 backpack won awards for being the most comfortable high performance pack, which may prompt you to ask, “if it’s not broke why fix it?” Well, to make it even better of course. Improved functionality within the feature set, more pack volume, and an updated suspension that makes it more comfortable and easier to carry. The Baltoro 75 daypack by Gregory also has on board a 3D curved harness and waist belt constructed from proven materials like LifeSpan and EVA foam, Thermomolded back panel with elastomeric grip technology on the lumbar pad, Response™ AFS suspension, and main access, quick draw, easy to open draw string action. The Baltoro 75 has all the bells and whistles you need.
TOP FIVE PROS
- Comfortable (2)
- Versatile (2)
- Lightweight (2)
- Good Design (2)
- Easily Adjustable (1)
TOP FOUR BEST USES
- Travel (2)
- Mountaineering (2)
- Extended Trip Backpacking (2)
- Backcountry Skiing/Snowboarding (1)
Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack
REVIEWED BY: JUAN VICÉNS 2012-12-01
"I was looking for a replacement or equivalent to the Gregory Forester backpack which I have in good conditions since year 2000. I have not used yet the Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack since it arrived home yesterday but it looks similar to the Gregory Forester backpack with some extra features such a the trekking poles straps, the water compartments. The straps and clips of the Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack looks "less ruggedized" than the ones of the Gregory Forester backpack. I will be able to perform another review once I get a chance to actually use my new Gregory Baltoro 75 Backpack which is really a gift the "Wise Men" will give me at the "Epiphany" on January the 6th, 2013."
Very good bag!
REVIEWED BY: N/A 2012-09-10
"My friend recommend it to me, he returned from nepal hiking tour. Quality is good, long-distance walking, won't feel tired, anti-fatigue. Worth recommend. "